A sandwich to die for: ‘The Gonzo’, a Killer Sandwich for Food Month

Order your sandwich on Twitter today and collect it at The Irish Times office this Friday

Here's a video showing how @killersandwich works. Every Wednesday they tweet a 'killer sandwich', which can be ordered by direct message on Twitter. Social media has turned an experiment into a viable business idea.

 

To wrap up Food Month, The Irish Times is teaming up with Twitter-based sandwich makers A Killer Sandwich to create a special Thanksgiving-themed sandwich.

“The Gonzo” will include Old Bay turkey, citrus roast sprouts, cranberry pumpkin relish on an Arun corn bun. It will cost €6.

A Killer Sandwich, which is run by brand designers Mr & Mrs Stevens, works like this: every Wednesday, they tweet a new sandwich, which you can order on Twitter by direct message. Then you collect it for lunch on the Friday afternoon.

To try The Gonzo, just follow @akillersandwich on Twitter, where you can place your order at 11.30am today.

Then come collect your sandwich this Friday, November 28th at The Irish Times building at 24-28 Tara Street, Dublin 2 between 1pm and 2pm (if you get on the list!), where you’ll also receive a free copy of that day’s Irish Times and a free trial of The Irish Times digital edition.

See you on Friday!

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