D'Angelo And Papa Gino's Begin Annual Coupon Promotion To Support Easter Seals And The Genesis Fund

Dedham, MA (PRWEB) February 1, 2010 -- On February 1, D'Angelo Grilled Sandwiches and Papa Gino's restaurants will kick off their 33rd annual coupon campaign to support Easter Seals and The Genesis Fund.

Throughout March, guests visiting any participating D'Angelo and Papa Gino's restaurants in New England will have the opportunity to add a $1 donation to their food purchases to support these two nonprofit organizations. As a thank you, they will receive 12 coupons worth more than $45 in savings on their favorite D'Angelo and Papa Gino's menu items.

Over the past 32 years, the D'Angelo and Papa Gino's coupon campaign has raised more than $3.3 million for Easter Seals and The Genesis Fund.

"For more than a quarter of a century, D'Angelo and Papa Gino's have drawn attention to the invaluable work these two organizations perform in helping children and adults with disabilities live full, productive and active lives within their communities. Our Team Members and guests have rallied to raise funds to support their efforts," said Rick Wolf, president and CEO of D'Angelo and Papa Gino's. "We are proud to uphold this tradition, which brings our organization, our Team Members and our guests closer in helping fellow members of our community."

Donations will be accepted at participating D'Angelo and Papa Gino's restaurant through February 28, 2010 and coupons may be redeemed before March 31, 2010.

Easter Seals Massachusetts provides services to ensure that children and adults with disabilities have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play. A nonprofit, nonsectarian organization, Easter Seals offers technological assistance, job training and employment services, recreational and youth leadership activities, veterans' services, rehabilitation services and public awareness programs. For more information, call 800 244-2756 or go to www.EasterSealsMa.org.

The Genesis Fund raises money for the specialized care and treatment of New England-area children with birth defects, mental retardation and genetic diseases.

Papa Gino's, Inc.

Based in Dedham, Massachusetts, Papa Gino's, Inc. is the parent company of Papa Gino's and D'Angelo Grilled Sandwiches. Papa Gino's, Inc. operates more than 370 company-owned and franchised Papa Gino's, D'Angelo and dual-location restaurants and employs more than 5,000 people. Both D'Angelo and Papa Gino's are committed to providing high-quality products, attentive service, clean, convenient, attractive restaurants, and a premium value experience for every guest. The company culture, which is characterized by its values, a strong work ethic and the fair treatment of people, includes a large number of people who have spent their entire working lives in these restaurants, keeping the passion for excellence alive.

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