Pop the Question at Fazoli's Valentine's Day Receive Free Spaghetti for a Year and a Partner for Life
LEXINGTON, Ky., Feb. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- There's nothing more romantic than getting engaged over an Italian dinner. Unless, of course, the Italian dinner engagement occurs on Valentine's Day, which is extra special. And this Valentine's Day, if you get engaged at a Fazoli's restaurant, you'll not only get a partner for life, you'll both receive free spaghetti for a year. Plus, all couples who propose will have a chance to win $500 worth of Fazoli's catering – perfect for wedding festivities.
Fazoli's is offering any couple that gets engaged in the restaurant on Friday, February 14 two certificates for a year's worth of free spaghetti. The offer is good at any participating Fazoli's restaurant. Couples getting engaged at Fazoli's are also entered into a contest for $500 worth of catering by Fazoli's for their wedding reception, rehearsal dinner or shower. Whoever is planning to pop the question simply needs to let the restaurant manager know in advance that they are going to propose at Fazoli's. It's a great way to celebrate a very special occasion. And because Fazoli's entrees are so economically priced, there will be extra money for that bigger diamond ring.
Jon Quinn, Fazoli's Vice President of Marketing, expects that there will be plenty of couples that will be heading to Fazoli's on Valentine's Day. "This is our third year for this offer, and every year the number of couples popping the question in our restaurants grows," said Quinn.
An American family favorite for more than 20 years, Fazoli's ranked #2 overall among large national fast-food chains in the prestigious Zagat Survey. With a premium menu of freshly prepared Italian entrees, oven-baked sandwiches and salads, a new service style featuring table service and a contemporary new restaurant design, Fazoli's is expanding throughout the country. Founded in Lexington, Ky. in 1988, Fazoli's was acquired by Sun Capital Partners in 2006.
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