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BLIMPIE INTERNATIONAL, INC. MAKES APPLICATION FOR LISTING ON THE NASDAQ NATIONAL MARKET SYSTEM

 NEW YORK, Jan. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Anthony P. Conza, Chairman and CEO of BLIMPIE International, Inc. (NASDAQ Small Cap: BMPE), announced today that the Company has made an application for the listing of its common stock on the NASDAQ National Market System.
 Mr. Conza said, "This move underscores the dynamism of BLIMPIE International and the pace at which the Company is growing in its continuous effort to build business by delivering a quality product."
 Mr. Conza was a founder of the New York City-based BLIMPIE, which commenced operations in 1964. The chain, which has franchises in 37 states, including Hawaii, franchises 560 of the 670 operating BLIMPIE restaurants. BLIMPIE plans to add more than 200 locations in l994.
 A notable feature of every BLIMPIE hot or cold sandwich is its freshness. All meats and cheeses are sliced when ordered, and fresh bread is baked daily, on the premises. The restaurant chain estimates that during 1993 it prepared and served more than 20 million sandwiches. Since opening, the chain has sold more than one-half billion sandwiches.
 BLIMPIE International, Inc. currently trades on the NASDAQ Small Cap Market System under the symbol BMPE.
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 /CONTACT: Cathy Barto Meyer of Saatchi & Saatchi Public Relations, 212-463-3171/
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