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On Monday, September 21, Panera Bread located at 37 South Livernois Rd in Rochester, MI will be celebrating their 10 years of making fresh bread by giving customers a complimentry small cup of coffee.  The first 100 customers will also get a mini baguette.

Additionally, customers can enter to win a Via Panera catered lunch for 10 people by dropping their business card in a bowl. The general manager at the bakery-cafe will randomly draw the winner at the end of the day.

“Reaching 10 years of service is a rewarding milestone, especially in Michigan’s uncertain economy,” said Jeff Wood, district manager for Panera Bread of Southeast Michigan. “We are thankful to have such incredible support from our staff and the Rochester Hills community. Without them, this achievement would not have been possible.”

If that’s not enough for you, visit the contest we are running to win a year of free bread!

Hours of operation for the Campus Corners location are Monday – Saturday 5:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. For more information, call (248) 601-2050 or fax (248) 601-5181.

Courtney is the ultimate multitasking mom!  She runs  three blogs Giftfully Simple, The Digital Mommy and Detroit Mommies , is a Social Media Marketing Consultant and has 3 girls under 6 years old.  Courtney is the founder of Detroit Mommies.  You can follow her on Twitter @theappleofmyeye.  She has worked with companies like Johnsons & Johnsons, Dove, e.l.f., Stride Rite, Sorel, 20th Century Fox, The Palace, Melissa & Doug, Panera and Tiny Prints (to name a few).  Courtney is a Purex® Insider and a Max Mom for Office Max.

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Delia
Delia
11 years ago

I like all there breads from soda bread to raisin bread.

Delia
Delia
11 years ago

I like them from soda dough to raisin bread.