Indulging for a Cause: Cinnaholic Launches “Cinnaholic Day”
Gourmet Bakery Cinnaholic Offers Deals, Raises Money for Best Friends Animal Society During First Annual Cinnaholic Day
ATLANTA –What’s better than cinnamon rolls? Indulging in a cinnamon roll and giving back to our best friends: animal companions.
On July 17, Cinnaholic, the gourmet cinnamon roll bakery internationally acclaimed for serving innovative, plant-based creations, will host Cinnaholic Day at all of its locations across the United States and Canada. As part of the brand’s commitment to animal rights, a portion of the proceeds generated on Cinnaholic Day will be donated to Best Friends Animal Society, the United States’ largest no-kill sanctuary for companion animals.
Diners with a sweet tooth will be able to indulge in some great deals and will have opportunities to win big on Cinnaholic Day, including:
$1 “Old Skool” Rolls at every location from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Grand Prize giveaways, worth $500 in Cinnaholic gift cards
“This summer, we wanted to give back – not only to our fans with great deals, but also to a cause that’s close to our heart,” said Cinnaholic co-founder Shannon Radke. “That’s why we launched Cinnaholic Day, to raise money for a fantastic charity and delight our followers with some deals on our gourmet treats.”
The launch of Cinnaholic Day comes on the heels of a momentous few months for the growing brand. During the first half of this year, Cinnaholic expanded its development pipeline by 79 percent: Cinnaholic began 2018 with 76 locations in development and closed out its second quarter with 136 in development.
Cinnaholic, which began franchising in 2014, gained national attention after the company was featured on ABC’s hit show “Shark Tank.” The brand was recently named to Entrepreneur magazine’s“Top New Franchises of 2018” list, highlighting the brand’s unique and attractive franchise opportunity.
Contributing to franchisees’ success is the relatively low cost of owning and operating a Cinnaholic location, specifically the small footprint (around 1,000 square feet) and low food and labor costs.
As Cinnaholic sets its sights on further growth in 2018, it will continue to seek out qualified single-unit and multi-unit investors in a range of market sizes throughout California, Texas, Illinois, Maryland, Ohio and Washington, D.C. The flexible business model works well in upscale lifestyle centers, near college campuses, and major city centers.