Get The Original for just $1.99 in Dallas-Fort Worth on Wednesday, July 20

We have 53 newly remodeled restaurants in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and we want to show them off! Come visit any of our DFW-area restaurants tomorrow, July 20, and treat yourself to a small The Original sandwich for just $1.99! You’ll love our new Lotz Better look and feel, not to mention the 27 restaurants that have added Cinnabon! Come enjoy a sandwich and enter to win free Schlotzsky’s for a year! More than 50 people will win the prize.

Click here to find the Schlotzsky’s location near you. See you tomorrow! 

Schlotzsky’s Awards $1,000 to Winner of 2011 Bun Run T-Shirt Design Contest

Mike Hathaway of Arlington, Texas Earns Spot on Thousands of T-Shirts for 5k Charity Event Benefiting Austin’s Young Men’s Business League Sunshine Camps 

AUSTIN, Texas – (April 15, 2011) Austin’s very own Schlotzsky’s, home of The Original® round toasted sandwich and famous Fresh-from-Scratch® buns, today announced it has named Mike Hathaway of Arlington, Texas as the winner of its T-shirt design contest for the 29th Annual Bun Run®, the longest-running 5k in Austin’s history. Hathaway will receive a $1,000 check on Sunday, May 1 prior to the start of the race for YMBL’s Sunshine Camps charity.

“Mike is a talented individual and the public clearly loved his work by voting on his design as the winner of our contest,” said Kelly Roddy, president of Schlotzsky’s. “His design is colorful, original, creative and most importantly, best reflects the Schlotzsky’s brand. We appreciate the effort he put forth and look forward to seeing the official print on T-shirts on race day.”

The 12” x 12” colorful design is symbolic of The Original® round toasted sandwich, as it is shaped in a circle with the city of Austin animatedly drawn in the background, along with the Schlotzsky’s Bobby Bun logo dressed in a sweatsuit as it jogs down a city street into the forefront of the picture. Both “Schlotzsky’s” and the “Bun Run 2011” are captured in the outer portion of the circle surrounding the drawing.

“I was extremely excited to hear I had won the Schlotzsky’s T-shirt design contest,” said Hathaway, who also owns his own business, LMHDesigns. “This is the first time I have ever entered something like this. Well, anything with this big of a payoff! I am proud of my design and thankful to have been chosen.”

Hosting more than 5,000 runners, walkers and joggers, as well as a few four-legged friends, Schlotzsky’s Annual Bun Run began in 1982, with the company’s goal to become move involved in the Austin community. Schlotzsky’s since then has partnered with the Young Men’s Business League (YMBL), raising an average of $50,000 throughout the years with all proceeds benefiting the Austin YMBL Sunshine Camps, a program for at-risk and disadvantaged youths.

“The Young Men’s Business League is a wonderful group of individuals who come together to put on a great 5k race that benefits our youth,” added Roddy. “We couldn’t be more pleased to raise money for the Sunshine Camps.”

The 29th Annual Schlotzsky’s Bun Run will take place Sunday, May 1, 2011 at 8:30 a.m. CT atSouth First Street inAustin, nearAuditoriumShores. Additional events during the Schlotzsky’s Bun Run include the race day expo and the Lil’ Bun Run 1k that starts at 7:45 a.m. As an added treat, Schlotzsky’s will stay true to its fun, quirky and unique roots offering a bounce house and face painting for the kids, drinks and snacks for attendees and lots of fun giveaways.

For complete details about the Schlotzsky’s 29th Annual Bun Run and T-shirt contest, please visit

Schlotzsky’s Grand Opening in Arlington, TX

If you’re in the Arlington area, head to 5001 S. Cooper Street and join in the grand opening celebration! You can enter to win free Schlotzsky’s or Cinnabon for a year. There will be two winners announced every hour from 10:30am to close! Don’t miss it!

Schlotzsky’s with a twist

ARLINGTON,TX (JUNE 13) – Arlington’s newest Schlotzsky’s restaurant features the chain’s redesigned concept, which is co-branded with Cinnabon and has workers who bring your order to your table.

The recently opened location, 5001 S. Cooper St., south of Interstate 20, created 25 jobs.

“With our addictive recipes, upbeat surroundings and funny sayings, we’re adding tremendous flavor to Arlington’s quick-casual dining scene,” said Niles Patel, franchise partner of the new location. “Arlington is in for a real treat.”

Schlotzsky’s offers sandwiches, wraps, panini, gourmet pizzas, salads, soups and desserts, now including a Cinnabon Express station.

Schlotzsky’s has more than 350 locations worldwide and plans to have more than 600 by 2015.

Source: The Star-Telegram