Lee’s Sandwiches to Join “Budda’s Birthday Ceremony,” Raise Funds for the Community

SAN JOSE, California-Lee’s Sandwiches International, Inc has announced that “the world’s largest banh-mi chain " will be attending “The Budda’s Birthday Ceremony” at the Unify Events Centre on May 10th and May 11th, 2014.

  Lee’s Sandwiches will be selling their famous Lee’s coffee ( Cà Phê Sữa Đá ), Thai Iced Tea and their newest coffee product, “PourOver Coffee.” Lee’s Sandwiches’ “PourOver Coffee” is convenient freshly-brewed coffee, not instant coffee. With a pour of hot water, you can enjoy aromatic freshly-brewed Lee’s Coffee, ready to-go in your cup, without the hassle of coffee-machines. All coffee sales will be donated toward the Di Lac Temple.

    Attendees of “The Budda’s Birthday Ceremony” will also enjoy an array of cultural activities like music performances, lion dancing, kungfu-performance, games, and lottery. For more information about the event, please contact “Di Lac Temple” at 765 Story Rd, Suite 130, San Jose, CA 95122. Phone 408-666-5155 or visit chuadilac.com

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