If you love Subway, chances are, you've come across Michelle Crawford.
She's the lady who greets everyone with a smile, but the owner of the restaurant in Goulburn South has sold her store.
Ms Crawford said she would miss the customers the most.
"The biggest thing I'll miss will be the customers and the people I've come across," Ms Crawford said.
"I definitely won't miss the stress and the long hours."
She was involved with the franchise since the mid '90s when she built the Subway on Auburn Street with Anthony Cole, her partner at the time, and the help of their parents.
She also had to go to Connecticut to do some training at the Subway headquarters.
She then opened the Goulburn South store in 2002, although McDonalds South wasn't happy at first.
"We chose this spot because we always wanted to be located near the highway," Ms Crawford said.
"However, McDonalds didn't want us here because they didn't want any other burger chains around the area.
"We weren't well known then, so they were saying we were a burger chain when we were in fact a sandwich chain."
Plenty of famous people have entered the store in the past including actors from Fat Pizza, Delta Goodrem and football teams.
The Subway on Auburn Street was the first subway in a country town and was the 50th in the country while the store next to the Big Merino frequently had the highest grossing sales in the state.
Ms Crawford has sponsored plenty of clubs in the region including rugby and soccer clubs as well as the cycling club.
She will now focus on herself while also helping her brother, John Crawford, at the Auburn Street store.
The next owner is a wealthy interstate owner with multiple Subway stores.
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