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Subway Fan Scores Sandwiches for Life After Getting Massive Logo Tattoo

James Kuntz earned free Subway sandwiches for the rest of his life for receiving a 12-inch by 12-inch tattoo of the restaurant’s new logo on his back

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One Subway superfan can now eat fresh for the rest of his life.

James Kuntz, a Colorado doctoral candidate, just scored free Subway sandwiches forever after he got a massive tattoo of the company's new Subway Series logo across his back.

How? Well, on July 27, Subway hosted a block party in Las Vegas at Bad Apple Tattoo where nine fans got an actual tattoo of the restaurant's new logo from two-time "Ink Master" champion DJ Tambe and his team. Depending on the size and location of the tattoo, those fans would either earn free subs for a month, a year, or the rest of their life. 

"Tattoos hold a special meaning for my customers, they come to me to celebrate the things they love the most or to commemorate a major moment in their lives," DJ Tambe said in a press release. "Whether that's the first time trying the Subway Series, or simply eternal love for Subway, I'm here to make that a permanent part of their lives and something to showcase." 

Kunz, who waited in line for the event for two days, was the only participant to receive a 12-inch x 12-inch tattoo on his body, earning him an eternity of subs.

James Kunz after receiving his foot-long Subway Series tattoo at Bad Apple Tattoo in Las Vegas.

"When I was a teenager, I was still kind of chunky," Kunz told "TODAY," adding that the restaurant chain became a factor in his choice to live a healthier lifestyle. "Because of that, I have kind of a brand loyalty."

He added, "I'm super glad I went for it. It was a total blast."

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