Rise Opening March 10th



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Rise, the biscuit and donut-centric North Carolina-based chain, will open its first Tennessee location in Germantown on March 10th. It's located at 7535 Poplar Avenue in the Shops at Saddle Creek.

From the press release:

Germantown, TN (February 19, 2018)— Rise Biscuits, Donuts & Righteous Chicken, Durham, NC’s award-winning concept featuring both sweet and savory breakfast and lunch options, will open its first Tennessee location in Germantown on Saturday, March 10th. The store will be in the Shops at Saddle Creek at 7535 Poplar Avenue.

To celebrate its grand opening, Rise Germantown will be donating 10% of opening day sales to Riverdale Elementary School PTO. For those who can’t wait until the grand opening, Rise Germantown is offering its Facebook followers the opportunity to try free biscuits and donuts in a special preview event at the store. Simply like and follow Rise Germantown on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/RiseSaddleCreek) for more details on how to enter.

“We are thrilled to be bringing the best dang biscuits and donuts to Germantown,” said Fred Fordin who owns and operates the franchise with his partner, Spencer Burgon. “Community-building is at the heart of everything we do at Rise, and we’re excited to be putting down roots in Germantown and supporting Riverdale Elementary School.”

Rise Germantown will officially open their doors for their soft opening on Wednesday, March 7th, and will be hosting their Grand Opening Celebration on Saturday, March 10 at 7535 Poplar Avenue in the Shops at Saddle Creek. Store hours are 7am to 2pm daily. For more information please visit

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