Since February is the month that celebrates love, TGI Fridays, the world's first and most recognized casual bar and grill, is dedicating Thursday, February 10th, as a day of "app"reciation to those who deliver, those who show up each and every day to ensure restaurants, businesses, and much more, run smoothly.
That's right. Every truck driver, every FedEx, UPS, USPS, and DHL delivery person; every courier, carrier, and crusader, who not only made sure holiday gifts were delivered, but also that food makes it to each Fridays restaurant and to guests. Thanks to these hard-working individuals, the global supply chain never snapped -- no matter how crazy things got over the last two years. Their hard work and dedication is love, delivered.
On February 10th, all delivery drivers have to do is show up at any participating Fridays in their work uniform or simply show their credentials, and tell the bartender or server, "I work in the delivery business," and Fridays will deliver everyone's heartfelt "app"reciation with their choice of one of the following appetizers:
- Green Bean Fries
- Loaded Potato Skins
- Philly Cheesesteak Eggrolls
- Warm Pretzels
- Chips & Salsa
- Pan-Seared Potstickers
- Spinach & Artichoke Dip
"Delivery workers continually feel the stress of supply chain challenges. Despite the pandemic and staffing shortages, they load up and drive, fly and deliver all the stuff the rest of the world is constantly tracking because they know everyone is depending on them," says Sara Bittorf, Chief Experience Officer at TGI Fridays. "These are the unsung heroes, and we want to celebrate them because they deserve our thanks and gratitude."
Fridays also invites everyone on social media to share their appreciation for delivery drivers everywhere by using the hashtag, #FridaysAPPreciation, and simply saying, "thanks."
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