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BECKLEY (NEWS RELEASE) - Panera Bread is pleased to announce the grand opening of their first bakery-café in the Beckley region on Tuesday, August 6th at 6:00 a.m.  The new location features a drive thru and is conveniently located at 1410 Eisenhower Dr., in the Eisenhower Commons.  

In celebration of their grand opening, Panera Bread will have special offers for their guests to enjoy from Tuesday through Thursday.  The grand opening offers at the Beckley cafe include:

  • Tuesday, August 6th
    • Starting at 10a.m. on Tuesday, the first 500 customers who purchase a cup of coffee will receive a free travel mug with free coffee for two weeks. (Dine in only.)
    • Purchase a You-Pick-Two and receive a $5 Panera Bread gift card for your next visit.
  • Wednesday, August 7th
    • Purchase a You-Pick-Two and receive a $5 Panera Bread gift card for your next visit.
  • Thursday, August 8th
    • Half-price egg soufflés and breakfast sandwiches. (Available until 11am.)

 

"Panera Bread is thrilled to become a part of the Beckley community," said Sam Covelli, Owner/Operator of Covelli Enterprises, the largest franchisee of Panera Bread.  "We have been able to create over 80 new jobs within the Beckley region and we hope that everyone will enjoy our convenient drive-thru, fresh food, warm ambiance, and free Wi-Fi that our café offers," Covelli concluded.

Panera Bread is honored to support the local community by donating one dollar from every $5 card redeemed from the opening offers back to the United Way of Southern West Virginia in support of their annual Day of Hope on August 17, helping to give books to local children in the community. 

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