Schlotzsky’s-Cinnabon-Carvel opens in Kyle on Monday, 9/24

 

Come celebrate the grand opening of our newest Schlotzsky’s-Cinnabon-Carvel location in Kyle at Kohlers Crossing and I-35! The Original sandwich will be offered all day for just $1.99, plus the first 50 guests to purchase a Cinnabon six pack will receive FREE Cinnabon for a YEAR*. Giveaways and entertainment for the whole family will be offered throughout the day. Feel free to hang out with Bobby Bun, pick up a free Kyle-themed T-shirt, visit the face painter from 11am-1pm or balloon twister from 4pm-7pm, and enter to win in our eClub gift card drawing.

19350 I-35 South

512-262-7267
*One Cinnabon Classic Roll per week at this location for 52 consecutive weeks commencing on September 24, 2012 and expiring on September 24, 2013. Only valid for persons 18 years or older. Offer valid only at the Kyle Schlotzsky’s.

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Schlotzsky’s-Cinnabon-Carvel opens in Buda, TX!

The new Schlotzsky’s-Cinnabo-Carvel in Buda, Texas is scheduled to open at 10am on Friday, March 16! This is our first location to open in a Sac-N-Pac travel center!

On Friday, the first 100 customers to purchase a Cinnabon 6-Pack on Friday will receive free Schlotzsky’s each week for a year, so get there early to snag a spot in line.

Also on Friday, anyone who signs up for the Schlotzsky’s Bun & Fun eClub will be entered into a drawing for a Trip for Two Getaway (2 $500 gift  cards for Southwest Airlines) and a 40″ flat screen television. If you can’t get by on Friday – no worries! Drawings for these prizes will be held at the end of March, so you have plenty of time to sign up for the eClub.

On Saturday, March 17, we’ll have drawings throughout the day for four $50 Schlotzsky’s gift cards, one $100 gift card, four $50 Sac-N-Pac gift cards and one $100 Sac-N-Pac gift card. Austin radio station 98.1 KVET will be in attendance hosting a radio remote from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Schlotzsky’s-Cinnabon

Address: 125 N. FM 1626  Buda, TX. 78610

Phone Number: 512-295-0247

Sac-N-Pac to open 3 Schlotzsky’s in Kyle-Buda

By WES FERGUSON

Rising like a sourdough bun, Schlotzsky’s has emerged from bankruptcy and is pairing with the San Marcos-based Sac-N-Pac chain of convenience stores for rapid expansion into Kyle, Buda and other markets.

Sac-N-Pac, a private company with nine locations in Kyle and Buda, has purchased eight franchise agreements from Schlotzsky’s, with the first eatery targeted to open March 16 at the corner of FM 967 and FM 1626 in Buda.

Two more restaurants will be coming soon to Kyle, said Raymond Cavazos, Sac-N-Pac’s director of food operations.

“Schlotzsky’s had their issues,” Cavazos said. “They regrouped, were purchased by Focus Brands and are up to about 240 stores. They’re up and coming.”

Nationwide, the deli chain has plans to open 50 to 60 stores this year alone, he noted. Sac-N-Pac expects to break ground next month on a combined gas station and Schlotzsky’s at the corner of Kohler’s Crossing and Interstate 35, with a planned opening in June or July.

For its second Schlotzsky’s restaurant in Kyle, Sac-N-Pac is considering its existing store at the southeastern corner of FM 150 and I-35, Cavazos said. Each restaurant will share a building with the fuel/convenience retail store and have its own entrance, a separate drive-thru and a connected pass-through in the building.

Cavazos said changing markets have driven Sac-N-Pac to look beyond fuel and traditional convenience-store products for revenue.

“Before, if you needed a loaf of bread or a gallon of milk, you would typically go to a convenience store,” he said. “Now you have so many options. You can buy milk or bread at CVS or Walgreens or a dollar store. The market share is shrinking, so the national trend for owners of convenience stores, everybody’s leaning toward restaurants as a draw.”

The company does not consider sales at the fuel pump a strong moneymaker, he said, so Sac-N-Pac has extra incentive to find new ways to lure customers into its 45 stores for inside sales on higher-margin products.

“If you have a restaurant at your store, somebody who might not typically go in might walk over into the store to buy something,” Cavazos said. “You consider that an incremental sale.”

Sac-N-Pac is also undergoing a rapid expansion in its own right. Earlier this month, the company opened a convenience store and Quiznos at FM 150 and Texas Highway 21 near Uhland. Company officials are also discussing plans for a store behind the CVS on FM 150 and I-35 in downtown Kyle.

“We’re talking about putting a store and restaurant there, but it’s probably a couple years out,” he said.

Schlotzsky’s, formerly based in Austin, filed for bankruptcy protection in 2004 and closed numerous delis in the process. Atlanta-based Focus Brands, the parent company of Carvel and Cinnabon, has owned Schlotzsky’s since 2006.

Source: Hays Free Press

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Schlotzsky’s Growth Momentum Skyrockets with 75 Franchise Agreements

 

Newly Rebranded Image Captures Interest of Multi-Unit Investors in New Jersey and Central Texas

Schlotzsky’s®, the home of The Original® round toasted sandwich,  announced today it has signed 75 franchise agreements for a total of 25 restaurants that will each house the Schlotzsky’s, Cinnabon and Carvel concepts under one roof.

Company executives said the restaurants will begin to open throughout New Jersey and Texas during the next six to 12 months. The first development agreement was signed with New Jersey-based Better Bunz, LLC for 17 tri-brand locations (a total of 51 agreements between the three concepts), to open in areas throughout New Jersey. Meanwhile, Texas-based Sac-N-Pac inked the second deal, with eight tri-brand locations, for a total of 24 agreements, to open throughout Houston, San Antonio and Central Texas.

“Together, these agreements represent the largest in Schlotzsky’s history,” said Kelly Roddy, President. “We are thrilled to expand the brand throughout Texas and New Jersey with a talented group of business savvy entrepreneurs,” added Roddy, who further noted that the new locations will feature the brand’s ‘Lotz Better’ look, a bright, contemporary feel with a circle theme and a new service model where crew members hand-deliver food to the tables.

While Anthony and Lama Dalleggio of Better Bunz, LLC will own the new Schlotzsky’s restaurants, their daughter, Lea, will oversee operations. In addition, the Dalleggios will work with experienced restaurateurs as part of their team to help with site selection, marketing and operations.

“Our family’s strong affinity for the Schlotzsky’s brand started many years ago while living in Houston,” Lea Dalleggio said. “When we moved to New Jersey, our family missed our favorite Schlotzsky’s sandwich and looked into bringing the brand to the region. After our due diligence, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to replicate the Schlotzsky’s culture in New Jersey. We look forward to serving our customers with the best in gourmet sandwiches and beyond.”

Family-owned and operated fuel and grocery retailer, Sac-N-Pac, will open non-traditional interstate/convenience connected locations primarily operated along major highways and travel plazas. Each Schlotzsky’s restaurant will share a building with the fuel/convenience retail and have its own entrance, a separate drive-thru and a connected pass-through in the building.

With more than 350 locations worldwide, Schlotzsky’s continues its growth momentum by aggressively targeting markets in Texas and in untapped markets around the country including  Atlanta, Charlotte, Denver, Orlando, Tampa, Kansas City, Nashville, Phoenix, Raleigh and St. Louis for multi-unit developers. Roddy added that, ideally, Schlotzsky’s plans to have upwards of 700 locations by 2015.