Caribou Coffeehouses Opening Inside Chattanooga Area Einstein Bros. Bagels

Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Einstein Bros. Bagels, the largest bagel retail company with more than 700 locations, announces they will open Caribou Coffeehouses inside the Chattanooga-area stores beginning today. 
 
In celebration of the marriage of these two iconic brands, for a limited time only,  guests can enjoy $2.
00 mochas and lattes in celebration of the new coffee offerings at your local Einstein Bros. Bagels locations.
 
“Good coffee is important to our guests. The introduction of the Caribou Coffee brand into Einstein Bros. Bagels is just another way for us to bring quality menu items to our guests,” said Leigh Anne Snider, president of Einstein Bros. Bagels. “Now you don’t have to choose between a great coffee experience and a great breakfast sandwich, you can have both.”   
 
“Coffee lovers in Chattanooga rejoice…now you can enjoy premium coffee with premium bagels,” said John Butcher, president of Caribou Coffee. “The Caribou Coffee brand was built on customer loyalty and now, more than 25 years later, we are thrilled to be opening stores inside Einstein Bros. Bagels for the ultimate guest experience.”
 

Einstein Bros. Bagels and Caribou Coffee share a commitment to serving guests the top one percent of the world’s best beans. Caribou Coffee sources 100 percent Rainforest Alliance certified beans and craft roasts them in small batches. 

Throughout the remainder of 2018, Caribou Coffee will continue to expand its presence across all Einstein Bros. Bagels stores nationally.  

 



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