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Panera Bread Issues Power of Pink Challenge

A challenge between Pittsburgh and Cleveland Panera stores will raise money for breast cancer awareness—and up the ante for the city that buys the most Pink Ribbon bagels.

Panera Bread has issued the Power of Pink Challenge during the month of October to raise money for breast cancer awareness.

Through Oct. 31, a portion of the proceeds from each Pink Ribbon bagel sold will be donated to the Young Women's Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation, benefitting the Magee-Womens Research Institute & Foundation.

As part of the challenge, Panera has pitted Pittsburgh against Cleveland—two cities, one cause. The city that purchases the most Pink Ribbon bagels will receive an additional $10,000 charity donation.

Bagels can be pre-ordered from your local Panera by clicking here

The Panera Bread locations near the Sewickley Valley areas include:

  • Settlers Ridge Center Drive, Robinson
  • Summit Drive, The Pointe at North Fayette
  • Ross Township, 7217 McKnight Road.

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