Fayetteville’s Panera Bread Hosts Annual Hike Against Hunger | Community Spirit
Panera Bread, Fayetteville is hosting the 4th annual Hike Against Hunger for LifeSource, September 8, 2012, 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m..
This annual event features an early morning hike on the Mud & Scull Creek Trails beginning at Panera Bread, 3638 N Front Street, Fayetteville, a free Panera Bread breakfast, a raffle for an adult bicycle donated by The Bike Route, a sports pack filled with goodies for the first 300 participants, door prizes and more.
The Hike Against Hunger provides an opportunity for participants to “take a hike” for a good cause: feeding hungry families in Northwest Arkansas. Pick up your registration form at Panera Bread, 3638 N Front Street, Fayetteville, or register on line at www.lifesourceinternation.org.
Panera Bread locations in the Central and Northwest Arkansas Area are a part of a locally owned franchise who owns 31 bakery-cafes in Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas. With its identity rooted in handcrafted, fresh-baked, artisan bread, the company is committed to providing great-tasting, quality food that people can trust. Nearly all of the bakery-cafes have a menu highlighted by antibiotic-free chicken, whole grain bread, and select organic and all natural ingredients, with zero grams of artificial trans fat per serving, which provide flavorful, wholesome offerings. Panera Bread Company routinely donates bread, baked goods and funds to community organizations. For more information, go to panerabread.com.