Panera raising "Dough for Autism' with new baguettes
Covelli Enterprises, the largest franchisee of Panera Bread is partnering with Potential Development with its "Raising Dough for Autism" campaign in honor of April being World Autism Month.
From Monday, April 17 to Sunday, April 23, seven participating Panera Bread locations in the Mahoning Valley will donate $3 from each new toasted baguette sandwich sold to Potential Development.
Participating locations are as follow:
- Niles (5675 Youngstown Warren Rd.)
- Warren (3641 Elm Rd NE.)
- Canfield (4205 Boardman-Canfield Rd.)
- Boardman (7121 South Ave. and 7685 Market St.)
- Austintown (5503 Mahoning Ave.)
- Hermitage (2390 E State St.)
Since 2010, Covelli Enterprises has donated over $2.2 million in the areas it serves to support various Autism organizations, schools and centers in providing services, scholarship, research, treatment, advocacy and resources for families.
"We want to thank our loyal customers and employees for continuously supporting our Austism campaign year after year. We look forward to continuing to 'raise dough' for Potential Development with the incorporation of our new and delicious toasted baguette sandwiches," said Covelli Enterprises CEO, Sam Covelli.
Additionally, Potential Development will benefit throughout the month of April thanks to Covelli Enterprises' "Operation Doug-Nation" program, which allows for customers to make monetary donations in boxes at the registers in Panera Bread cafes.