In honor of its 20th anniversary, Boston’s Pizza Restaurant & Sports Bar (Boston’s), invites guests nationwide to partake in its Fan Appreciation Day. The special offer, valid Wednesday only, invites groups in for lunch to celebrate with buy one get one free lunch.
As America’s Sports Restaurant, Boston’s offers guests a contemporary sit-down dining atmosphere and a separate sports bar all under one roof, making it the perfect gathering place for families and fans alike. With lunch options ranging from Sliders to Baked Lasagna and Tacos, Boston’s has something for everyone to enjoy—and for one day only, fans get twice the food for half the price.
“At Boston’s, we specialize in shared experiences. That’s why, on our anniversary this year, we’re showing our fans how grateful we are for their support by offering an opportunity to bring a friend, family member or colleague in for lunch with our buy one get one offer,” says Katie Borger, Senior Director of Marketing for Boston’s. “This year’s anniversary celebration is really about bringing people together, which will continue to be a driving factor in the reason we do business. Celebrating two decades is a great achievement but we couldn’t have done it without all our guest’s support.”
In addition to today’s Fan Appreciation Day, Boston’s is running its Kid’s Card promotion throughout the entire month of August – giving families some relief and a place to celebrate as the school season begins. From August 1-31st, for every $5 donation, guests will receive 5 free kids’ meals. The donations will benefit No Kid Hungry. Boston’s encourages guests to partake in this limited time offer that benefits them and their communities.
Boston’s Pizza Restaurant and Sports Bar’s U.S. operations are based in Dallas, and currently has 23 locations in 16 states. The company’s sister brand, Boston Pizza, has over 400 locations throughout Canada and is widely- recognized as the No. 1 casual dining brand in the country.
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