Schlotzsky’s-Cinnabon opens in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio_Event HeaderWe have a brand new Schlotzsky’s-Cinnabon coming to the Leon Springs area of San Antonio, TX. Join us at 10am on Thursday, August 1. The first 100 people to purchase a Cinnabon 6-Pack will get FREE Schlotzsky’s for a year. That’s one FREE small The Original sandwich each week for 52 weeks! We’ll have lots of fun games and other prizes to giveaway all day. Don’t miss it!

25235 I-10, Suite 101, San Antonio, TX 78257

*One small The Original sandwich per week at this location for 52 consecutive weeks commencing on August 1, 2013 and expiring on August 1, 2014. Only valid for persons 18 years or older. Offer valid only at the Leon Springs Schlotzsky’s.

Schlotzsky’s-Cinnabon-Carvel opens in McAlester, OK

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Join us for the grand opening celebration of our Schlotzsky’s-Cinnabon-Carvel in McAlester, OK on Thursday, July 18. Doors open at 10am and the first 100 people to purchase a Cinnabon 6-Pack will get FREE Schlotzsky’s for a year. We’ll have lots of fun games and other prizes during the day!

503 S. George Nigh Expressway, McAlester, OK 74501

*One small The Original sandwich per week at this location for 52 consecutive weeks commencing on July 18, 2013 and expiring on July 18, 2014. Only valid for persons 18 years or older. Offer valid only at the McAlester Schlotzsky’s.

Schlotzsky’s-Cinnabon-Carvel opens in Placerville, CA

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We are so excited to announce the grand opening of our first location in Northern California. Don’t miss the grand opening of the new Schlotzsky’s-Cinnabon-Carvel in Placerville, CA on Thursday, July 18. Doors open at 10am and the first 100 people to purchase a Cinnabon 6-Pack will get FREE Schlotzsky’s for a year. We’ll have lots of fun games and prizes, including a photo booth, so get there early!

3023 Forni Road, Placerville, CA 95667

530-621-3025

*One small The Original sandwich per week at this location for 52 consecutive weeks commencing on July 18, 2013 and expiring on July 18, 2014. Only valid for persons 18 years or older. Offer valid only at the Placerville Schlotzsky’s.

Tending to Business: Schlotzsky’s

Ask most young children what they’d like for their birthday, and their responses will typically include the hottest toy, video game or fashion trend. Lea Dalleggio’s wish, however, was a little more complicated. She wanted a Schlotzsky’s.

The franchise, popular in the South, became a favorite destination of hers as a child, when she would dine there regularly while visiting her grandmother in Houston, Tex.

“I wanted to be able to eat my sandwich whenever I wanted,” she recalls. “I was obsessed with the brand.”

The business venture didn’t make sense for the Dalleggios after Lea graduated college, but her father sold his business while she was pursuing her MBA, and suddenly owning a Schlotzsky’s became a more realistic possibility for the family. Upon completion of her studies, her father bought the New Jersey franchise rights to Schlotzsky’s, and the first eatery recently opened its doors at 39 Nathaniel Pl. in Englewood. The family plans to open 16 additional New Jersey locations over the next five years.

“I wanted the best of everything,” said Dalleggio. “I did all the homework. Schlotzsky’s is famous down South, but I have to spread the word and educate people.”

The restaurant, which she describes as “brand new and sparkling,” seats 65 people and features a menu that includes pizzas, salads and sandwiches. All bread, Dalleggio said, is baked from scratch on a daily basis. Among the most popular sandwiches are The Original, which contains lean smoked ham, Genoa and cotto salamis, and melted cheddar, mozzarella and parmesan cheese layered with black olives, red onion, lettuce, tomato, mustard and dressing, and the Angus Roast Beef & Cheese, which earned celebrity status in Pain and Gain, a 2013 American crime film starring Mark Wahlberg.

Schlotzsky’s also has Cinnabon cinnamon rolls, Carvel ice cream and Jersey Roasters Coffee, and will soon offer yogurt and fruit salad breakfast selections. The soda machine, which contains 129 different flavors, has been an exciting addition to the restaurant, according to Dalleggio. “It’s always fun to see what flavors mix together,” she said.

Patrons can take advantage of the Monday “Bunday” deal, which includes any small sandwiches or pizza for $3.99 (after 3 p.m.), or try their luck at Bingo on Wednesday nights. Those who can finish a large sandwich in fewer than 10 minutes — the restaurant’s “Lotza Meat Challenge” — are rewarded with a free Cinnabon and their picture on the wall.

“Every day is a little bit better,” she said. “I already have people coming in four times per week. Those who come in and try it really love it.”

Located in the Englewood ShopRite Plaza, Schlotzsky’s is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., Saturday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

For more information, call 201-608-5422 or visit schlotzskys.com.

Source: NorthJersey.com

Schlotzsky’s, Randy Rogers step up to help Cleburne

By Matt Smith

Inspired by Friday’s concert bringing the Randy Rogers Band and friends to town, the Cleburne Schlotzsky’s location, 1216 W. Henderson St., will donate 20 percent of their sales from 2-10 p.m. that same day to the Cleburne Area Relief Fund.

“I told our area manager about the concert and he said, ‘Why don’t we do a fundraiser the same day?’” Cleburne Schlotzsky’s Manager Carol George said. “We donated box lunches after the tornadoes and this provides another way for Schlotzsky’s to better support and be involved in the Cleburne community.”

George said she’s excited about and looking forward to Friday’s concert and added that she thinks it’s a natural fit for Schlotzsky’s to join in and help.

“We’re going to have the musicians coming in and a lot of people from out of town on Friday,” George said. “People here out and about that day so we just want to let everybody know they can stop by, get something to eat and know they’re helping the Cleburne effort, too.”

Concert organizers on Monday said they were thrilled to learn that Schlotzsky’s plans to help out with the effort adding that they plan to stop by the restaurant and fill up on sandwiches.

Rogers, a Cleburne native, organized the concert shortly after tornadoes blew through Cleburne and surrounding areas on May 15. Although the tornadoes resulted in no deaths or serious injuries, they generated major damage throughout neighborhoods in southwest Cleburne and those west of Lake Pat Cleburne. The storms destroyed several homes and several residents remain relocated for the time being while their homes are repaired.

Rogers recently returned home to tour tornado hit areas and characterized the damage as worse than he imagined.

Rogers called upon fellow country musicians Steve Helms, the Amos Moses Band and Sonny Burgess to fill out the benefit show’s lineup.

Money raised by the concert and Schlotzsky’s will go into a relief fund established by the Cleburne Chamber of Commerce Foundation. Donations to the Cleburne Area Relief Fund may be made at any Pinnacle Bank location.

The chamber will continue taking applications for tornado victims through Aug. 15. For information, call 817-645-2455.

Source: Cleburne Times-Review

For concert info visit Concert for Cleburne on Facebook.