Knead­ers cel­e­brates three years open, joins cham­ber

Serve Daily - - FOSTERING INNOVATION - By Clark Caras

Fri­day, April 1, rep­re­sented the three­year an­niver­sary of the Span­ish Fork Knead­ers open­ing in the city’s Canyon Creek busi­ness, re­tail, en­ter­tain­ment and of­fice devel­op­ment. A rib­bon cutting was held by the Span­ish Fork Salem Area Cham­ber of Com­merce rec­og­niz­ing this mile­stone as well as wel­com­ing the busi­ness as a new mem­ber of the cham­ber. The event was at­tended by cor­po­rate lead­ers of the For­tune 500 chain, city lead­ers and elected of­fi­cials as well as 30 cham­ber mem­bers and morn­ing cus­tomers there for Knead­ers fa­mous French toast.

And in honor of the day, pieces of Knead­ers fa­mous cakes were shared with cus­tomers through­out the day. It was three years ago Knead­ers was the pi­o­neer in be­ing al­most alone in the open­ing of a devel­op­ment now filled with com­merce and new busi­nesses open­ing doors al­most monthly.

The Knead­ers in Span­ish Fork in 2015 was third in sales in a 50-prop­erty chain par­ent com­pany based in Amer­i­can Fork known as Four Foods Group.

At the April 1 event, Andrew Smith, CEO, was there for the cel­e­bra­tion and paid trib­ute to the res­i­dents of Span­ish Fork and the area for sup­port of the restau­rant and bak­ery prop­erty. He was also there to ex­press his thanks to the store’s em­ploy­ees and man­ager/franchisee Ryan Du­Vall.

A rib­bon cutting was held re­cently at Knead­ers in Span­ish Fork rec­og­niz­ing the busi­ness for its three years of op­er­a­tion in the city as well as its new membership in the cham­ber.

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