Qdoba Mexican Eats® Grand Re-opening: Buy One, Get One Offers + Benefit For Operation Food Search
Newly Remodeled Restaurants Celebrate With Commitment To Community
September 30, 2016 // Franchising.com // ST. LOUIS – Qdoba Mexican Eats® has recently renovated all of its St. Louis locations with a fresh interior look, updated signage and the introduction of breakfast burritos and breakfast tacos. Qdoba will host a grand re-opening celebration on October 8 to celebrate the completion of the remodeled look and feel at all St. Louis-area restaurants.
The 16 remodeled restaurants feature a fresh, bold look with distinctive furnishings and color scheme. With amenities like free Wi-Fi, the restaurants were remodeled with comfort in mind so that customers can relax, hang out and indulge in Qdoba’s high-quality, fresh and delicious menu items.
“Our focus on providing the best dining experience for our guests would not be complete without commitments to the community in which they reside,” said Jessica Salrin, Senior Brand Manager for New Markets. “We’re confident that our customers will appreciate Qdoba’s new look, and we’re pleased to partner with them to support Operation Food Search and help feed our neighbors in need.”
On October 8, all St. Louis-area restaurants will offer buy one, get one (BOGO) breakfast burritos & breakfast tacos, and 20-percent of all sales between 6:30 a.m.-11 a.m. will be donated to Operation Food Search. A check representing the contribution will be presented to Operation Food Search representatives the following week.
“We are excited to partner with Qdoba Mexican Eats and are encouraging diners to eat there on the morning of October 8 to help end hunger,” said Sunny Schaefer, Operation Food Search Executive Director. “Together, we are working to help fill the plates of our neighbors in need. It is partnerships like this that make an immediate impact in healing hunger for thousands of local children and families.”
With flavor at the forefront of the Qdoba experience, guests won’t have to worry about being charged more for the “extras” they crave because any and all additional flavors – like handsmashed guacamole, Queso and any of Qdoba’s flavorful sauces and salsas – are free on any entrée, breakfast, lunch and dinner. And, if an entrée isn’t just right, the local team will build a new meal the guest will love at no charge.
To discover hours of operation or to learn more, guests can visit Qdoba.com/locations.
At Qdoba, everyone is invited to live a more flavorful life. The Qdoba experience comes to life through its multi-dimensional approach to flavor that encompasses its people, place and food. Through the brand’s vision of flavor, guests and team members alike are encouraged to celebrate individuality, break down the walls of convention, and boldly craft a meal that’s packed full of flavors like 3-Cheese Queso and hand-smashed guacamole. Getting its start in 1995, Qdoba – a wholly owned subsidiary of Jack in the Box Inc. (NASDAQ: JACK) – today has more than 600 restaurants in 47 states, the District of Columbia and Canada. Discover more at www.qdoba.com and connect with Qdoba on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
About Operation Food Search
Founded in 1981, Operation Food Search (OFS) is a leader in hunger relief, nutrition education, and advocacy serving the Greater St. Louis region and feeding more than 200,000 people each month through a network of 330 community partners. OFS rescues unsaleable yet safe and nutritious food, reducing the amount going to the landfills, to feed local people at no charge who struggle with hunger and food insecurity. One-third of these individuals are children. With a goal to end childhood hunger, OFS partners with Share Our Strength® and No Kid Hungry® for programs including Cooking Matters®, Cooking Matters® at the Store, Operation Backpack, SNAP Outreach and Summer/After School Meals that empower families and help children access the food they need. For every dollar donated, Operation Food Search provides $21 worth of food and nutrition services to support the area hungry. Visit www.OperationFoodSearch.org. Together, we heal the hurt of hunger.
Will Gregory Public Relations