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Shipley Do-Nuts Announces Grand Opening in San Antonio

HOUSTON, April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Shipley Do-Nuts is celebrating the grand opening of its 15th San Antonio area location, at 1303 Pat Booker Rd, Universal City, Texas 78148 on Saturday, April 26th, 2014.

Along with other prizes and gifts, the store will offer a free glazed do-nut and coffee to each guest from 8am to 11am (no purchase required).  There will also be a special appearance from "Glaze", the do-nut shaped company mascot. "The grand opening event will be well attended and a lot of fun," says franchise owner, Mr. Veasna Heng.  "I'm excited to introduce our wonderful do-nuts and kolaches to a new group of potential customers.  Our hot glazed do-nuts are definitely hard to beat."  The Pat Booker location will be open Monday through Saturday from 5am to 7pm, and Sunday 5am to 5pm, with drive thru service. The building was formerly a Long John Silver's Restaurant.

Shipley Do-Nuts is still growing in the San Antonio market, with plans to develop at least three additional locations by end of the year.

Since 1936, the Shipley family do-nut recipe has withstood the test of time.  With more than 60 varieties of delicious do-nuts, pastries, and kolaches made fresh daily and served hot, it's this same simple concept that has continued to bring back multiple generations of loyal customers.  Shipley Do-Nuts originated in Houston, Texas where it still maintains its offices and production facility.  Today, Shipley Do-Nuts is under the leadership of Lawrence Shipley, III and is rapidly approaching 300 franchises with locations in Texas, Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee.  The company has plans to reach 500 stores by 2020.  

Contact Information:

Mr. Lawrence Shipley, III
713.869.4636
[email protected]

SOURCE Shipley Do-Nuts

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