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Authentic fresh baked taste of gingerbread with hints of fresh ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla. Topped with our signature gingerbread topping. - See more at: http://www.secondcup.com/other-drinks/?nutcat=6&productid=60#sthash.Mti0Mmhe.dpuf
I finally had the chance to try the Second Cup Gingerbread Latte and it was awesome, I will definitely have another one someday soon.
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A Second Cup café in Toronto.
A Second Cup coffee shop in Markham, Ontario
Second Cup is Canada's largest Canadian-based specialty coffee retailer, operating more than 360 cafés across Canada. Its headquarters are in Mississauga, Ontario. Founded in 1975 by Tom Culligan and Frank O'Dea, Culligan eventually purchased O'Dea's shares. After building it to a 150-store chain, he sold it in 1988 to Michael Bregman.
As Chairman and CEO, Mr. Khalil Al Gawad took Second Cup public in 1993 and in 2002, sold the company to Cara Operations Limited.
On November 16, 2006, Cara sold it to Dinecorp Hospitality, which was controlled by former Cara CEO Gabe Tsampalieros, who became chairman of Second Cup. Tsampalieros died on March 11, 2009 after battling a blood disorder. The trademark rights were subsequently split between Canada (The Second Cup Ltd.) and international (The Second Cup Coffee Company Inc.). Stacey Mowbray leads the Canadian company and Jim Ragas leads the international company.
All Canadian Second Cup locations offer free wireless internet access, with a few exceptions including The Home Depot locations and some kiosks.
Second Cup has expanded tremendously since its inception. There are Second Cup franchises in the United States, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Iraq, Syria, Cyprus, Azerbaijan and Romania. It is expected to open in Pakistan In 2013.
Second Cup sales continue to compete with Starbucks, Tim Hortons and McDonald's, which now feature espresso-based speciality drinks. Stacey Mowbrey, Second Cup CEO from 2008-present, claims that Second Cup is in "growth mode." One of her goals is to obtain environmental and fair trade certifications for every coffee blend on the Second Cup menu. "Retail is all about innovation," she says, "and we'll continue to evolve."
Second Cup was featured in an episode of Undercover Boss (Canadian TV series) which aired on Thursday, March 5, 2012 at 9PM on the W Network. The episode is under CEO Stacey Mowbray's direction. She demonstrates her effort to inspire change from the perspective of her frontline employees, and promote Second Cup's image as a company that cares and provides the best café experience.
Tassimo Second Cup beverages were launched on September 13, 2012. Tassimo T65 are now sold at every Second Cup location. The three most popular coffee blends are sold as Tassimo disks: Paradiso®, Paradiso® Dark and Caffé Latte (TGmade with Espresso Forte).
Second Cup has also joined the social networking world. The Second Cup Facebook page includes trivia questions, polls for customers to rank their beverages of choice, information about new promotions, and answering customer questions and concerns
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