The Original Pancake House Partners with National Breast Cancer Foundation

Dallas, TX - October 8, 2018 The Original Pancake House DFW (OPH-DFW) kicked off Breast Cancer Awareness month by creating a limited edition pink OPH-DFW coffee mug. The signature mugs are handmade by Deneen Pottery and are available for purchase at the following OPH-DFW locations: Addison, Uptown, Northwest Hwy and Granite Park. Proceeds from the sale of the mugs will benefit the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. Click here for photo

 

"OPH-DFW is so excited to offer these limited edition mugs to our Guests while simultaneously supporting such a great cause," stated Jonathan Seyoum, Co-Owner of The Original Pancake House DFW. "Since there are a limited number available, we encourage guests to get theirs before they are gone."

 

OPH-DFW guests will be able to pick up literature provided by the National Breast Cancer Foundation as awareness on the issue is the first step to helping fight this disease. Statistics note that 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer their lifetime, but together as businesses and community members we can let them know they are not alone.

 

Click here for more information about OPH-DFW. Follow OPH-DFW on Facebook,  Pinterest or Twitter.

 

About The Original Pancake House DFW

The Original Pancake House DFW has been creating made from scratch freshness in the DFW area since 1987. The local franchise, owned by Mark Davis Bailey and Jonathan Seyoum, currently serves the North Texas community with eight locations. The combination of quality and hospitality at each location is the basis for why families have kept returning to The Original Pancake House for 30 years in the DFW area and over 60 years nationwide. Click here for more information about The Original Pancake House franchise in Texas, or find OPH on Facebook.

 

 

 

 

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