Farmer Boys Invite the Community to its Grand Opening in Riverbank!
RIVERBANK, Calif. Jan. 14 // PRNewswire // -- The local Riverbank area communities now have another family-friendly, farm fresh choice in their neighborhood. Farmer Boys Restaurants are inviting the community to come and celebrate the Grand Opening of their newest location at 2453 Claribel Road on Friday and Saturday, January 22nd and 23rd, 2010. The opening of this Farmer Boys Restaurant makes it the 67th location for the franchise and the first in the Modesto area. Its owners Joseph Sadek and Omar Mawas are community and family-oriented and are not new to restaurant and service industries. Joseph was a Director of Operations at Denny Restaurants for nine years before he became a franchise owner at Farmer Boys in 2006. Currently, they both own and operate two other Farmer Boys locations in California, one in Fontana and the other in Escondido.
Farmer Boys Restaurants are found in Southern and Central California and Nevada. This restaurant icon is known for its award-winning burgers, monster-sized onion rings and crispy zucchini which are prepared exclusively with farm fresh ingredients. According to Joseph, the decor and atmosphere along with the smell of farm fresh breakfast, lunch and dinner entrees cooking make this fast casual dining restaurant feels like home. Additionally, although the burgers are the cornerstone of the menu, Farmer Boys Restaurants offer a wide variety of delicious sandwiches, wraps, salads and breakfast choices which are cooked to order just like their world-famous burgers. Sadek's eagerness to please his customers showed when he stated; "Our commitment to our guest is to continue serve the highest quality of food throughout all day parts, whether it is breakfast, lunch or dinner. We want to deliver the most delicious burgers and food they have ever tasted. We want to be their Restaurant of Choice. We use only the freshest, most flavorful ingredients and we top it off with exceptional guest service. I encourage everyone to come, celebrate with us and taste our food."
The celebration is expected to start on Friday, January 22nd, 2010 at the 2453 Claribel Road location just east of Oakdale Road in the Crossroads Plaza. Mayor Virginia Madueno of Riverbank will be present to assist Joseph Sadek and Omar Mawas, the franchise owners, with the ceremonial ribbon cutting at 3:00pm. The community is invited to join in the festivities. The first 50 customers to arrive at the ribbon cutting on Friday will receive a FREE T-shirt as well as the first 50 patrons who arrive on Saturday at 10:00am at the start of the festivities. A special 99 cent cheeseburger offer (remember to bring your coupons), will be available all day on Friday and Saturday, January 22nd and 23rd.
On Saturday, January 23rd, 2010, at 10:00am, the celebration will kick off with a pancake eating contest. Anyone can take the challenge, they can stop in to sign up during the week of the event or come before 9:45am. The winner who can eat the most pancakes within a specific time will receive a $100 gift card good at any Farmer Boys Restaurant location.
Bring the family for breakfast and enjoy the fun. Face painting for kids starts at 11:00am until 1:00pm. A magician and balloon animals for kids will also be available from 12:00noon to 2:00pm. The Delta Blood Bank Bone Marrow Registry will be present to accept new donors. The Certifix Live Scan organization will fingerprint children between 1:00pm and 3:00pm.
Those who stay for lunch and will be able to enjoy the festivities with SUNNY 102.3 FM live remote between 12noon and 2pm. Register during the week prior to the grand opening or sign up before 12:45pm on Saturday to take part in the 1:00pm 'Famous Farmer's Burger ®' eating contest. The lucky person to finish first wins a $100 gift card good at any Farmer Boys Restaurant location. There will be plenty of music, fun and prizes for the whole family to enjoy!
"We chose this community because Farmer Boys farm fresh style of cooking was a perfect fit." said Joseph Sadek. "The people are tight knit, nice and friendly and the community here in the Central Valley is progressively growing. We look forward to being a strong supporter and promise to offer exceptional service and food for all." Joseph and Omar invite everyone to "Come enjoy the food and stay for the fun."
SOURCE Farmer Boys Restaurants