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WHY AU BON PAIN ON YOUR CAMPUS? DELICIOUS AND HEALTHFUL FOODS • Menu offers a wide variety of delicious, flavorful and healthful foods for breakfast, lunch, dinner and in-between as well as a distinctive catering program • Guests can customize their breakfast and lunch sandwiches and salads or enjoy the grab ‘n go options prepared fresh everyday throughout the day • Recognized by Health Magazine as one of America’s top five healthiest fast casual restaurants • Committed to sustainable supply chain sourcing – cage-free eggs, antibioticfree turkey, all natural chicken, local produce, herbicide-free and shade-grown coffee, recycled and recyclable packaging

SUCCESSFUL BRANDED RETAIL FOOD PROVIDER IN UNIVERSITIES • Proven successful brand serving universities and their surrounding communities since 1984 • Café features a new contemporary design with beautiful food merchandising and comfortable dining • Ultra flexible on real estate space requirements, with prototypes ranging from 300 square foot satellites to 7,000 square foot layouts • Build-outs include sustainable materials and energy-saving designs

STRONG FINANCIAL PARTNER • Willing to entertain company-operated cafés or license arrangements • Company cafés willing to stay open late to serve the students and enable the campus dining venues to close early • For company-operated cafes, Au Bon Pain covers all café build-out costs and pays ongoing rent to the university

We would welcome the chance to explore innovative opportunities on your campus.

Sue Morelli CEO Sue_Morelli@aubonpain.com

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The Concept • Offers Healthful choices in a Dynamic Menu that caters to the University community • Offers convenience in an environment that compliments University operations • Offers a partnership that landlords can rely upon

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ABP Concept Essence (Our Brand Promise) Delicious Foods

flavors, quality, healthful

Engaging Service Energizing Environment


Why STUDENTS CHOOSE Au Bon Pain? Delicious & Healthful Foods • Fresh and high quality ingredients create unique and delicious flavors to love • Our made-to-order sandwich and salad offerings enable you to customize just the way you like it. And there are lots of low-calorie, vegan, vegetarian, lows alt, low-fat and gluten-free options too. • Committed to sustainable supply chain sourcing – cage-free eggs, all natural turkey, all natural chicken, local produce, herbicide-free and shade-grown coffee, recycled and recyclable packaging Broad Menu Variety • Lots of choices for breakfast, lunch, dinner, late night and anytime in between • For the time-constrained student, we offer a broad selection of fresh pre-made salads, sandwiches, wraps and snacks. Just grab ‘n go!

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Why universities CHOOSE Au Bon Pain? Always Something New - On Going Menu Innovations • Five product events per year introducing new ingredients, exciting bold flavors and healthful and comfort food additions. • We offer “surprise and delight” promotions in-café, to email club members and to Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare fans to encourage trial of new products and to reward loyalty. • Flexible and scalable design • Flexible and scalable hours of operation • Au Bon Pain pays rent providing cash flow to university

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Healthful Initiatives Sandwiches • Egg Whites Breakfast Sandwiches • Niman Ranch Sausage for Breakfast Sandwiches • Skinny Wheat Bagel • Fresh Avocado • Napa Chicken Wrap • Ancient Grain Ciabatta (contains flax, quinoa, and whole wheat) for new Hot Sandwiches Soups • New healthful varieties: »» 12 Veggie – Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free »» Tuscan White Bean – Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Low Fat »» Roasted Eggplant – Low Sodium, Vegetarian, Gluten Free »» Turkey Chili »» Barley & Creamy Lentil - Reduced Sodium, Vegetarian, Low Fat »» Harvest Mushroom & Wheatberries - Vegetarian, Vegan »» Continue to reduce sodium in current line and new products Bakery/Snacks • Gluten Free Bakery – Fudge Brownie, Rocky Road Cookie, Congo Bar • New Snacks – fat free pretzels, popcorn, KIND Bars • Torsades – bakery option with less than 250 calories Salads • New Salads – Vegetarian Deluxe, Southwest Chicken salad, Turkey/Apple/Brie with spinach • Salad Enhancements »» Avocado »» Asparagus »» Zucchini »» Fire roasted peppers »» Fresh spinach »» Mesclun Other • Testing Fresh Brewed Goji Berry Green Tea • Rolling out No Fat Greek Vanilla Yogurt Parfait with Wild Maine Blueberries

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Healthful Initiatives

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How is Au Bon Pain Sustainable AND Socially Responsible? Responsible Product Sourcing »» Cage-free eggs, shade-grown herbicide-free Arabica coffee beans, all natural turkey, hormonefree dairy, all-natural chicken, recycled and recyclable packaging

100% Nutritional Transparency in our Cafés through our Nutritional Kiosk, Menu Board Calorie Listings and Website »» All foods are zero-grams trans fat »» Named one of America’s Healthiest Restaurants by “Health Magazine”

Sustainable Practices to Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Compost »» Utilizing recycled and recyclable materials and energy saving designs »» Utilizing green build-out standards

Socially Responsible in Donating Leftover Bakery to Charities

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ABP SUSTAINABILIT Y INITIATIVES Au Bon Pain works hard to provide a sustainable, environmentally conscious experience and culture in our cafés and in our corporate office. We are known in our current partnerships to be a flexible and accommodating partner and are eager to work closely with Campuses to ensure that sustainability requirements are met. Sustainable Partners We actively pursue suppliers that promote sustainability and offer eco-friendly products: • Certificate of Appreciation from the President of Costa Rica • “Best Chain Restaurant Award for Excellence in Green Dining” given by Duke University

Recycling and Energy Conservation We’re enhancing our current recycling and energy conservation program: • Controlled lighting and Faucets by timers and motion sensors • High efficiency compact fluorescent or LED lights • Post consumable products are utilized when economically viable

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PROSPEROUS PARTNERSHIP Duke University and Au Bon Pain What a great union…Duke University and Au Bon Pain! After years of partnering with Au Bon Pain at Virginia Tech, Rick Johnson, newly appointed Associate Vice President of Housing and Dining for Duke University, knew that the inclusion of an ABP in the Bryan Student Center was a must have addition. As a result, Au Bon Pain opened a beautiful café designed to meet the specific needs of the students and the unique space configuration within the Student Center. In the café, students can get tasty, healthful food as fast or slow as they choose. Some students take advantage of the “grab n’ go” option to enjoy a quick meal or snack between classes, while others with more time choose our made-to-order sandwich and salad options and relax while studying or spending time with friends. The ABP café in the Bryan Center is approximately 3,650 square feet, with 105 seats in the main dining room and lofted lounge area. There are an additional 80 seats on an adjacent outdoor patio, surrounding our signature umbrellas and uniquely designed fireplace. Few fast casual brands can provide this type of design flexibility, while still delivering on menu selection. The success of this café is a testament of our café through-put design capabilities and our attention to providing innovative flavorful food blends that students love. Au Bon Pain is honored to partner with such a prestigious University and is committed to providing the best café service and food that nourishes our guests and offers a space that supports community gathering. Rick Johnson states his reasoning for choosing Au Bon Pain as an amenity for Duke: “Au Bon Pain was very popular at Virginia Tech and always received high satisfaction marks from students and staff. We wanted to bring their focus on great food and exceptional service to Duke University. Duke students wanted a company partner that understands healthy food and Au Bon Pain is recognized as one of the leaders in offering healthy menu choices. Duke University looks forward to a long partnership with Au Bon Pain” Rick Johnson Assistant Vice President Student Affairs Housing, Dining, and Residence Life Duke University Box 90937, 102 Flowers Building Durham, NC 27708 919 684-3737 rick.johnson@duke.edu

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CAFE DESIGNS Ultra flexible on real estate space requirements, with prototypes ranging from 300 square foot satellites to 7,000 square foot layouts We currently use décor and furniture items that are made from: • Recycled aluminum and metal laminate products • Green Guard certified furniture • Low VOC paint • PVC free faux-leather materials • Recycled carpet tile • Sensors on water faucets

CAFÉ REAL ESTATE REQUIREMENTS 1.

On Campus – centrally located in Student Union or equivalent; outdoor seating desirable Off Campus – Adjacent to or across from main campus on main street with storefront visibility, access and signage; outdoor seating desirable

Typical Location:

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Term:

10 Years plus options 1,600-2,000 square feet

Minimum Space:

Plus remote kitchen and storage area 300 square feet for satellites

Optimal Space:

2,500 square feet

Utilities:

All utilities brought to space by landlord

Customer Payment:

Participation in university dining program payment methods strongly preferred

Other:

No grease or open flames

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Au Bon Pain One Au Bon Pain Way Boston, MA 02210

Corey Andrews

Steve Blum

Corey_Andrews@aubonpain.com

Steve_Blum@aubonpain.com

Office: 630-743-3211

Office: 617-897-5270

www.aubonpain.com Gerard Buckley

Steve Schrodel

Gerard_Buckley@aubonpain.com

Steve_Schrodel@aubonpain.com

Office: 845-260-4208

Office: 617-897-5039


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