Tax Day is known far and wide as one of the most stressful days of the year. To ease that pressure, participating Cinnabon Bakeries across the country are offering up free bite-sized treats on April 15 as part of its fifth annual Tax Day Bites promotion.
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, Cinnabon has introduced a new minty treat: the Oreo Mint Chillatta.
The new specialty beverage is available now at participating Cinnabon bakeries.
This creamy Chillatta is a blend of sweet cream, Oreo cookies, mint flavoring, and a ribbon of chocolate sauce, topped with whipped cream and crumbled Oreo cookie pieces.
QSR International, a 141-unit multibrand master franchise quick-service restaurant developer conducting business in 15 countries throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, recently celebrated the opening of its 100th Quiznos restaurant in the new Paseo San Francisco Shopping Center in Quito, Ecuador.
Paseo San Francisco is located in the fastest-growing area of Ecuador’s capital city.
They knew it wouldn’t be easy. Being the first U.S. quick serve to enter a foreign country always comes with a share of challenges.
But for Cinnabon’s executives, becoming the first U.S. franchise to open in Libya didn’t just include dealing with training and supply-chain difficulties. The brand also faced political instability that eventually resulted in a revolution.
After a month-long campaign to raise money for troops overseas, Cinnabon raised more than $56,000 through a partnership with Operation Gratitude as part of its third-annual “Hugs from Home” campaign to send care packages to the military.
Throughout the month of October, guests who visited Cinnabon bakeries showed their support for this heart-warming cause by making donations. For every $1 contribution, guests received a $1 Cinnabon coupon.
Global restaurateur HMSHost and Chef Johnny Hernandez are proud to announce a new joint venture at San Antonio International Airport that will take travelers on a culinary journey.
HMSHost was awarded an eight-year agreement with San Antonio International Airport to operate five new restaurants, with two additional sublease restaurant locations operating under the contract. HMSHost currently operates five existing restaurants at the airport.
Cinnabon is on a roll, returning to its roots in Washington to celebrate the opening of its 1,000th bakery.
In 1985, Cinnabon opened the doors of its first bakery in the Sea Tac Mall in Federal Way, a suburb of Seattle. Now, 27 years later, the company's 1,000th bakery will open in Vancouver, Washington.
In addition to growing its network of flagship and express bakeries to 1,000 in 2012, the Cinnabon brand has expanded its footprint to cover 48 states and 50 countries this year.
This is not the 1950s. Women aren’t confined to the home, cooking, cleaning, and caring for the kids (unless they want to, of course), nor can they only find work as secretaries in a male-dominated corporate world. No, today, women have power: They can balance work and family life; they can excel in any profession; and, just like men, they can own their own businesses.
In many respects, Cinnabon isn’t the brand it was just one decade ago. From the company’s growing beverage line to menu introductions like Center of the Roll and Cinnabon Stix, life within a Cinnabon’s four walls has shifted in the 21st century.
But executives realized a few years ago that the look of Cinnabon’s stores hadn’t similarly changed with the times. The brand’s so-called “heritage” look—a tile-dominated space outlined in blonde wood—had become dated and uninspired, lacking pop and contemporary charisma.
Cinnabon is partnering with Operation Gratitude for its third annual “Hugs from Home” campaign to send care packages to troops overseas.
Throughout the month of October, guests can support this cause by making donations at participating bakeries.
For every $1.00 contribution, they will receive a $1.00 Cinnabon coupon, valid at participating bakeries until December 31, 2012.