COFFEE LOVERS CONSTRUCT A GREAT WALL OF CHINA

Coffee lovers at Bagel Nash in Nottingham have been showing off their ugly mugs to help the store build it’s very own ‘Great Wall of China’.

 
Customers at the coffee and bagel shop on Wheeler Gate, were urged to raid their cupboards and find their unloved, old ugly mugs and take them into the store in exchange for a free cup of freshly brewed coffee.
 
All the ugly mugs donated were then added to the store’s very own ‘Great Wall of China’ and Sara Hildreth, retail operations director at Bagel Nash, said the Ugly Mugs campaign has been a real success.
 
She said: “We are delighted that so many people have been popping in with their ugly mugs and enjoying a cuppa with us for free. We are passionate about providing customers with good quality, fresh and convenient food and offering them a coffee that rivals other high street chains.
 
“This campaign has been a real success and customers can check out our very own ‘Great Wall of China’ in our Nottingham store. In fact the idea has been so well received, we are looking at rolling it out to all our 15 Bagel Nash stores.”
 
The independently owned company prides itself on the quality of its fresh coffee, after spending years researching and perfecting the taste of their Rainforest Alliance coffee.
 
Its bagels are made from scratch in its own bakery, exporting 21million bagels a year all around the world and to its 15 stores located in cities such as Derby, Leeds and Manchester.
 
Sarah added: “We want our customers to enjoy the cosy coffee shop feel we have created in Nottingham so they can drop in and enjoy a bite to eat and a fresh brew at breakfast, right through to an after work cappuccino. And don’t forget to bring us your ugly mug if you’re in Nottingham.”
 
For more information, menus and deals visit www.bagelnash.com or follow @bagelnash on Twitter and like Bagel Nash on Facebook.

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