New BIGGBY® COFFEE Openings in Springboro and Avilla Communities

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Please raise your Salted Almond Bliss Lattes and cheers to new franchise owners, Scott and Molli Bunch, alongside their Area Representative, Shanna Novosel, on their first BIGGBY® COFFEE shop grand opening together! With the help of their team, this brand new store opened at 720 Gardner Road, Springboro, OH in the Farmers & Merchants Bank.

 

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Please also cheers existing franchise owners, Lynette Gerard and Mark Demske as they opened another BIGGBY® COFFEE shop as well! This BCubed shop is located at 710 E Albion Street, Avilla, IN.

 

To stay up to date with this new store’s deals and events, you can click here to visit their .

 

Congrats to each of you on your new store openings! We’re thrilled for you and can’t wait to watch you make friends and share great coffee in both the Springboro and Avilla communities!

 

If you would like to learn more about opening your own BIGGBY® COFFEE franchise, please request info and a sales representative will reach out to you with more information.

 

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BIGGBY® COFFEE, East Lansing, Mich.-based, was started with a single store on March 15, 1995. One year later, and on the cusp of opening a second location, Bob Fish and Michael McFall, with a handshake and $4,000, decided to franchise the concept. BIGGBY® COFFEE’s cultural values of Make Friends, Have Fun, B Yourself, and Share Great Coffee help coffee-lovers and the coffee-curious alike benefit from a less pretentious and fun approach to the standard gourmet cafe paradigm. Besides connoisseur-worthy drinks with pronounceable names like Teddy Bear and Caramel Marvel, BIGGBY® baristas provide a unique experience focused on brightening their customers’ day and supporting them in building a life they love. The “Big ‘B’” on the orange background caught on, and today BIGGBY® COFFEE has more than 260 cafes across many states including Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, New Jersey, Illinois, North Carolina, South Carolina, Wisconsin, Kentucky, and Florida.

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