Industry News | June 9, 2017

Bojangles’ $1 Tea Deal Begins Saturday

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Whether you’re road tripping, heading to the beach with friends or spending time with family, only one beverage should be along for the ride—Bojangles’ Legendary Iced Tea. That one-of-a-kind, satisfying fan favorite is a custom tea blend, always steeped the old-fashioned way to create that legendary flavor and the finest iced tea in the South.

Because the summer is for celebrating, beginning Saturday, June 10 (National Iced Tea Day), Bojangles’ is offering their signature tea for $1 all summer long. So whether you’re a Legendary Iced Tea lover or a new Bojangles’ fanatic, this deal is guaranteed to sweeten your summer (participation and tea size may vary by restaurant).

Bojangles’ is also making history this summer. For the first time ever, the brand is testing a flavored iced tea. Steeped the old-fashioned way and featuring a delightfully crisp peach flavor, Bojangles’ Peach Legendary Sweet Tea will only be available at 36 restaurants throughout the Carolinas, Georgia and Virginia for a limited time this summer.

“Wherever your summer takes you, our Legendary Iced Tea is the perfect beverage to make your summer flavorful,” says Grant Springer, senior director and head of culinary innovation for Bojangles’. “Always a classic, our tea continues to be the perfect summertime complement to our delicious, one-of-a-kind menu items.”

This summer, catch us on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram to learn how you can use our Legendary Iced Tea in creative ways that will delight and refresh your family and friends. And for you tea fanatics, sign up for Bojangles’ E-Club and get a free half-gallon of Legendary Iced Tea (with any purchase).

Bojangles’ $1 Legendary Iced Tea offer is available only at participating locations and tea size may vary. Bojangles’ Peach Legendary Sweet Tea is being tested only at 36 select locations.

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