PITTSBURGH, June 17 /PRNewswire/ --
Eat'n Park Restaurants
Monday, June 21 at 7:28 a.m., the official start of summer
All 74 Eat'n Park Restaurant locations in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia
Eat'n Park is celebrating the arrival of summer with the debut of the chain's newest Smiley Cookie design – a "Peace.Love.Smiley" Cookie Pack – and the launch of its famous Smiley's Beach Party.
Beginning June 21 at 7:28 a.m., the official start of summer, all Eat'n Park locations will feature $0.99 kids' meals – a great value for families – and restaurants will be transformed into tropical retreats. All kids will receive a free Smiley treasure bag with their meal that includes one of four Beach Party wristbands, for kids to collect and trade with friends, and a free Smiley Cookie.
The dining chain is also introducing new "Peace.Love.Smiley" t-shirts, which will be available at select locations.
To help celebrate the Beach Party, the company's famous mascot, Smiley, will be making more than 50 appearances at restaurant locations and community events throughout the Beach Party. Dates and times for Smiley appearances are available at www.findsmiley.com.
Families are looking for great meals at great prices given today's economic challenges, along with fun activities for the entire family to enjoy during the summer while the kids are out of school. Smiley's Beach Party provides both.
Since 1949, Pittsburgh-based Eat'n Park Restaurants has been a family-owned restaurant chain, serving guests across Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. At the heart of Eat'n Park are more than 8,000 team members committed to providing friendly, attentive service and supporting a growing number of community initiatives, including an annual fundraising campaign that has generated more than $7 million for children's hospitals. Eat'n Park also donates more than 200,000 Smiley Cookies – the brand's iconic symbol – every year to support community events and fundraisers.
Eat'n Park Hospitality Group is a portfolio of foodservice concepts focused on personalized dining. The restaurant division includes Eat'n Park Restaurants and Six Penn Kitchen, a neighborhood American bistro. Its contract foodservice division includes: Parkhurst Dining Services, a provider of contract dining services to businesses, higher education institutions and cultural centers; and CURA Hospitality; which enhances life around great food through contract dining and management services for regional hospitals and senior living facilities.
SOURCE Eat'n Park Restaurants