Subway Reviews Its Creative Business, Hires Chris Carroll in Top Marketing Role

Moving fast amid Jared Fogle scandal

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Damage control is working quickly at Subway. Sources said that former svp of global marketing Chris Carroll is back in the fold in a top marketing role, and the chain is looking at outside agencies for its creative business.

The news comes just days after chief marketing officer Tony Pace announced he would depart the chain and two weeks after the brand's former spokesman Jared Fogle was mired in a child-porn investigation. 

"Subway confirms that it is conducting a closed review of its creative advertising," said a spokeswoman, in a statement.



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