September 15, 2008 // Franchising.com // Deerfield, IL - BAB, Inc. (OTCBB: BABB), today announced Big Apple Bagels(R) will celebrate its 15th Anniversary by offering 15-cent coffee in participating U.S. restaurants on Wednesday, October 15, 2008.
Big Apple Bagels restaurants focus on the company's four brands - the bagel business itself, BABS' DELI(R) (our sandwich offering), Brewster's Coffee(R), and My Favorite Muffin(R). Unique within the industry, it is one of the few restaurant concepts that makes its bagels from scratch on the premises. With its high quality ingredients and fresh products, Big Apple Bagels has won consumer taste tests across the country for the past fifteen years.
No longer just a breakfast destination, Big Apple Bagels has evolved into a cozy and comfortable Bakery Café and Deli, offering in addition to its delicious breakfast items, a broad assortment of deli sandwiches, soups, salads, muffins, coffee beverages and fruit smoothies. There is something on the menu to please every customer.
On the franchise's upcoming 15th Anniversary, Michael Evans continues to lead this international franchise concept that once again this year earned its place on Entrepreneur Magazine's annual "Franchise 500" list. Over the years the franchise has expanded across the United States and has established a growing Master Franchise in Dubai.
Fifteen years after its inception, Big Apple Bagels has steadily improved on its strong foundation, maintaining its original vision better than ever. The Company is committed to maintaining the standards of excellence it has set forth over the years, yet simultaneously looking for ways to build upon it in order to meet and exceed the expectations of its customers.
BAB, Inc. operates, franchises, and licenses Big Apple Bagels (R), My Favorite Muffin (R) Jacobs Bros. Bagels (R) and Brewster's (R) Coffee. The Company's stock is traded on the OTCBB under the symbol BABB and its web site can be visited at www.babcorp.com.
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