MORENO VALLEY, Calif. // PRNewswire // -- Farmer Boys Restaurant located at 12240 Pigeon Pass Road in Moreno Valley re-opens with a Grand Celebration this upcoming weekend, June 25th through June 27th! The Grand Re-Opening is the beginning of a new commitment to be the best family restaurant in the community where anyone can stop in to enjoy great tasting home-style food. The Grand Re-Opening weekend festivities officially begin with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at 4:00pm on Friday, June 25th and carry over into a fun-filled Saturday of activities. Marisol Gutierrez, the restaurant manager, and Tomas Saucedo, one of Farmer Boys Area Operations' Managers, are excited and invite everyone to come taste great food and stay for the fun.
Farmer Boys, a restaurant icon known for its award-winning burgers, colossal onion rings and hand battered crispy zucchini, has 67 locations in Central and Southern California with two in Las Vegas, Nevada. This franchise restaurant chain is also recognized as a strong, proactive partner and supporter in many local communities because of their relentless effort as a community advocate. As an example, this Grand Re-Opening festivity includes an in-store fundraising prize wheel promotion to benefit the Loma Linda University Children's Hospital.
Farmer Boys Restaurants feature over 75 freshly prepared items including many 'made-to-order' foods from farm fresh ingredients which are served all day long. Although burgers are the cornerstone of this Franchise chain, Farmer Boys Restaurants' menu carries a wide range of delicious specialty sandwiches, wraps, salads and breakfast choices which compete with the Restaurants' world-famous burgers for flavor, presentation, portion size and satisfaction. Saucedo explains; "Our commitment to our guest is to continuously serve them the highest in quality of food all day, everyday; whether it is breakfast, lunch or dinner. We want our burgers and menu items to be the best food they have ever tasted. Our goal is to make our restaurant their next best place away from home. We use the freshest and most flavorful ingredients available." See for yourself, stop in this weekend at Farmers Boys.
The celebration is expected to start on Friday, June 25th, 2010 at the 12240 Pigeon Pass Road location just north of the 60 Freeway. Mayor Bonnie Flickinger, along with Council Member Jesse L. Molina and other City Officials will be present to assist Tomas Saucedo and Marisol Gutierrez with the ceremonial ribbon cutting at 4:00pm. The community is invited to join in the festivities. The first 50 customers to arrive at the ribbon cutting event at 4:00pm on Friday will receive a FREE Farmer Boys T-shirt. A special 99 cent cheeseburger offer will be available daily starting Friday through Sunday, from 2:00pm to 7:00pm.
On Saturday, June 26th, 2010, customers who walk-in or dine- in, can enjoy a Breakfast Burrito with coffee or 22oz. fountain drink for just $3.49 from 7:00am to 11:00am or a Cheeseburger for 99 cent from 2:00pm to 7:00pm.
Moreover, the community can expect great entertainment, and food. The celebration will kick off with a pancake eating contest at 10:00am. Anyone can take the challenge, they can stop in, to sign up during the week of the event or come before 10:00am. The winner who can eat the most pancakes within a specific time will receive a $100 gift card good at any Farmer Boys Restaurants location. Bring the family for breakfast and enjoy the excitement. A play jumper and petting zoo along with face painting and balloons will be available for kids. Take a picture with Farmer Boy Roy or his race car.
Win raffled items or spin the Prize Wheel to support Loma Linda University Children's Hospital. The Loma Linda University Children's Hospital, a local benevolent Giant in the Southern California Communities and a world leader in Children's Heart Transplants, is well-known as a pioneer in life-saving procedures and comprehensive care of children nationwide. "Any fundraising effort that can help improve our children's lives is vital to the future of our community and is equally important to everyone at Farmer Boys. We are privileged to be a part of the Loma Linda team and will continue to raise money as much as possible, so they can continue using innovative technology in their world-class clinical care and cutting edge research work," said Ken Clark, the President/COO of Farmer Boys Restaurants.
Those who come by in the afternoon will be able to enjoy the festivities with KFROG 95.1 live radio remote between 2:00pm and 4:00pm and receive KFROG FREEBIES such as Family Four Packs of Tickets to Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, CDs and more. They can also register to participate in the Famous Crispy Zucchini Eating Race. Interested contestants can register during the week prior to the Grand Re-Opening or sign up at 2:45pm on Saturday to get in the contest at 3:00pm. The lucky person to eat all seven (7) zucchini pieces, in the least amount of time, wins a $100 gift card good at any Farmer Boys Restaurants location. There will be plenty of music, raffles, prizes and giveaways for the whole family to enjoy!
Tomas Saucedo, Marisol Gutierrez, and the restaurant's new management are thankful to be a part of the Moreno Valley Community and will work to make Farmer Boys Restaurant "the next best place to eat away from home." The newly renovated restaurant's ambiance is aesthetically designed to encourage a relaxing, family-oriented feeling that goes well with the variety of 'made-to-order,' home-style cooking food offers.
SOURCE Farmer Boys Restaurants