Lee’s Sandwiches Doantes Thousands of Cups of Coffee and Croissants

    Industry News | January 20, 2021

    In response to the recent increase of COVID-19 throughout the U.S., Lee’s Sandwiches International, Inc. served more than thousands of free cups of brewed coffee & butter croissants to all front-line heroes, from December 18, 2020 to January 18, 2021, to continue to support frontline responders who have been fighting diligently and courageously to keep our communities safe.

    “Lee’s Sandwiches recognizes the immense sacrifices, vital efforts and commitment of all frontline workers protecting our communities against COVID-19.” says Chieu Le, CEO of Lee’s Sandwiches International, Inc. “Due to the overwhelming turnout for our free “Appreciation Meals” provided in May, we hope to continue to show our deep gratitude with a cup of coffee and croissant. Once again, thank you for taking care of our communities.”

    The company has also served more than 30,000 free appreciation meals for frontline heroes.

    Founded in 1983, Lee's Sandwiches is a quick-serve restaurant chain specializing in Bánh Mì, Vietnamese sandwiches and other Euro-Asian food products. From its beginnings as a food truck, Lee's Sandwiches is now the largest Bánh Mì chain with over 60 locations across eight states. Lee's Sandwiches is best known for its fresh and high quality Euro-Asian sandwiches (Bánh Mì) and Vietnamese coffee (Cà Phê Sữa Đá), among other products.

    Lee's Sandwiches has been supporting many relief efforts, such as 9-11, the Indian Ocean Earthquake, Haiti Earthquake, Hurricane Katrina, the Japanese Pacific Earthquake, Typhoon Haiyan, Typhoon Soudelor, Hurricane Harvey, Central Vietnam Disaster Relief and established the Le-Jao Center – Coastline Community College with Mr. Frank Jao, donating over a million dollars to the community.

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