Between now and November 5 at participating bakeries, Cinnabon invites guests to “Fall in Love” with creamy caramel and a crispy churro.
From October 9-11, 200 industry insiders gathered in Atlanta at what has become known among executives as one of the can’t-miss conferences of the year.
Cinnabon is providing customizable options with a new line of blended beverages and new flavored frostings, available for a limited time.
The new Creamy ReTreat is an exclusive blend of premium Oreo cookies, a hint of vanilla, and ribbons of Ghirardelli chocolate sauce.
Cinnabon, the 25-year-old market leader among cinnamon roll bakeries, has named Frank Ross, Jr., as its Franchise Partner of the Year. Ross successfully operates bakeries in Albany and Columbus, Georgia.
The Franchise Partner of the Year award is given to the franchise owner who runs successful Cinnabon bakery operations, lives the values of the company, and provides exceptional service and products that make Cinnabon guests, business partners, and communities say "Wow!"
In appreciation of the extraordinary service nurses provide daily, Cinnabon and The DAISY Foundation are celebrating National Nurses Week by offering these professionals a free Cinnabon Classic Roll when they show their healthcare badges at participating bakeries May 6-12, 2011.
Dine America, the annual “Executive Idea Exchange” for leaders in the restaurant and foodservice sectors, released the agenda for its 2011 conference. The conference will take place October 9-11, 2011, at the Intercontinental Buckhead in Atlanta.
The conference schedule includes keynote addresses, breakout sessions, and networking opportunities, including an offsite party.
Cinnabon knows how stressful Tax Day can be, so as a way to show their guests that "Tax Day Bites!", participating U.S. mall-based Cinnabon bakeries, as well as Schlotzky's and Carvel co-brand locations, will give away two free Classic Cinnabon Bites on Monday, April 18 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Each year QSR surveys the best and the brightest culinary professionals in the industry to find out what’s hot and what’s not when it comes to your menu. The exclusive annual Chef Survey, unveils innovative menu items that reflect the year’s newest and most exciting inspirations.
In many cases, it’s a different consumer out there today deciding where to dine when the urge hits. Throughout the recession, full-service restaurants offered so many fire-sale bargains that those little affected by the economy could almost feel guilty for practically stealing meals when they would have just as willingly paid regular price.
Just last year, women crossed the 50 percent threshold in the U.S. workforce, and for the first time in history represent the majority of working Americans. Even in our own industry, more than 50 percent of restaurants are now owned by women—a statistic released by the National Restaurant Association just last month.
While women’s accomplishments in the professional and collegiate world are undeniable (for every two men earning a post-secondary degree, three women are graduating), the fact remains that only 2 percent of bosses at America’s largest companies are women.