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To enroll and get your Cinnabon coupon, go to the Cinnabon Home Page and click on the OFFERS tab. Then just enter your email address and accept the terms and conditions. You’ll receive a Cinabon coupon for a free MiniBon. The Cinnabon coupon is good for 2 weeks.
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About Cinnabon (from Wikipedia)
Cinnabon is a chain of American baked goods stores and kiosks, normally found in areas with high pedestrian traffic such as malls and airports. The company’s signature item is a large cinnamon roll. More than 1,200 Cinnabon bakeries were operating in 48 countries as of December 2017. Its headquarters are in Sandy Springs, Georgia.
The company is co-owned — with Schlotzsky’s, Carvel, Moe’s Southwest Grill, McAlister’s Deli, and Auntie Anne’s brands — by Focus Brands, an affiliate of private equity firm Roark Capital Group, based in Sandy Springs, Georgia, operating over 5,000 stores.
The first Cinnabon opened on December 4, 1985, Federal Way, Washington at SeaTac Mall, now called The Commons at Federal Way. Cinnabon was an offshoot of the Seattle Based Restaurants Unlimited restaurant chain majority owned by Rich Komen with minority partner and CEO Ray Lindstrom at the helm. Komen and Lindstrom wanted to create the perfect cinnamon roll, eventually hiring Jerilyn Brusseau to finalize the recipe since Brusseau was famous for her baking in the Seattle area. The first bakery began by serving only its cinnamon rolls with a sign touting “World Famous Cinnamon Rolls”. Cinnabon’s first franchise-operated store opened in August 1986 just outside of Seattle. In 1991, the first Cinnabon store in SeaTac mall was opened. Cinnabon stores today can also be found in gas stations, universities, rapid transit stations, casinos, and amusement parks.
Cinnabon was bought by AFC Enterprises, Inc. in 1998 for $65 million. In 2004, AFC Enterprises, Inc., sold Cinnabon for $30.3 million to FOCUS Brands, Inc., which is owned by the Atlanta-based private equity firm Roark Capital Group. The headquarters moved to Greater Atlanta in 1999.