The holiday season is upon us! It is a time filled with cheer, tidings of comfort and joy, backed up highways and crowded airports. While the holidays are best spent with family and friends, the process of getting there is not always so enjoyable. Auntie Anne’s is here to tell you that you have a chance to escape that travel stress, if only for a few minutes, to get lost in pure pretzel bliss.
TRAVEL WITH AUNTIE ANNE’S
With a presence in airports, highway travel plazas and train and bus stations across the country, Auntie Anne’s has got you covered. The perfect on-the-go capability of our original and flavored pretzels provides a snack well-suited for a swift sprint across sprawling airport or train station terminals. Mini pretzel dogs soothe mini car passengers, and temporarily curb the “Are we there yets?”.
We care about our customers and fellow pretzel enthusiasts. That’s why we are waging war on generic, dry, and tasteless airline pretzels. Our mission is to save you from the banality of these so-called snacks, and replace them with freshly baked, chewy goodness! You can politely tell that flight attendant “Not today” as you dip your Sweet Almond soft pretzel in gooey caramel dip.
AUNTIE ANNE’S FOR BREAKFAST
Starting your morning with long airport security lines can be bad. You know what isn’t bad? Breakfast.
In airport store locations only, Auntie Anne’s has delicious breakfast items available to those early morning travelers who are looking for a quick and hearty morning meal.
Our breakfast menu includes:
- Bacon, egg and cheese pretzel sandwich
- Sausage, egg and cheese pretzel sandwich
- Mini Sausage Stix
… in addition to all of your favorite original pretzel products!
Auntie Anne’s pretzels are great no matter what time of year, but are a necessary travel companion amongst the chaotic and exciting rush of the holiday season. Whether our pretzels are making that long train ride to Grandma’s Thanksgiving dinner a little more bearable or holding you over between highway travel plazas; holiday travel and pretzels just go together.
Posted by: Ally McClure, Communications