Panera Celebrates National Lemonade Day


Panera Bread has announced that in celebration of National Lemonade Day on August 20, the café will donate 100 percent of the proceeds from its Lemonade sales to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to eradicating childhood cancer. This includes Lemonade sales at 36 participating locations owned by Doherty Enterprises on Long Island, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island. (Excludes Frozen Lemonade)

 “We are excited to partner with Alex’s Lemonade Stand on National Lemonade Day,” said Greg George, Vice President of Operations for Doherty Enterprises, Inc., the Panera Bread franchisee for Long Island, Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island.  “What better way to celebrate this day than by supporting such an outstanding cause. We encourage all guests to visit their local Panera Bread to enjoy a refreshing cup of lemonade and help make a meaningful difference in the lives of children with cancer.”

Owned and operated by Doherty Enterprises, Panera Bread locations on Long Island include: Bay Shore, Bellmore, Bohemia, Bridgehampton, Carle Place, East Meadow, East Northport, Farmingdale, Hauppauge, Hampton Bays, Hicksville, Huntington Station, Huntington Village, Island Park, Lake Grove, Lawrence, Massapequa, Mineola, New Hyde Park, North Babylon, Plainview, Port Jefferson, Riverhead, Rockville Centre, Syosset and West Babylon. Brooklyn locations include: Adams Street, Bay Ridge and Kings Plaza. Queens locations include: Bayside, Glendale, Little Neck, Long Island City and Rego Park. Staten Island locations include: SouthShoreCommons and Staten Island Mall.

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