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The Chocolate Factory Celebrated National Education Week with a Big Thank You for Local Teachers

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA – WEBWIRE

The Chocolate Factory gave away over 2,000 of their award-winning subs to local area teachers. All seven Chocolate Factory locations participated in this year’s promotion. Teachers were treated to a sub of their choice, along with chips and drinks, as a way of saying thank you for all the fantastic work they do for our kids and communities. The Chocolate Factory started a tradition of honoring area educators in 2012 and each year find more area educators are taking advantage of the offer.


About the Chocolate Factory
The Chocolate Factory opened its doors in Cedarburg in 1972 as an ice cream parlor and candy store. Their now famous subs were added to the menu later that year.  In addition to sensational subs and croissant sandwiches, guaranteed to be served warm from the oven, The Chocolate Factory serves a variety of fresh salads, delicious sundaes and over ­­­­28 flavors of premium Wisconsin made ice cream. The Chocolate Factory’s restaurants are located in Cedarburg, Elm Grove, Oconomowoc, Pewaukee, Shorewood, Waukesha and West Bend.


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