SAN ANTONIO, April 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Ovation Brands'® portfolio of restaurants - Old Country Buffet®, Ryan's®, HomeTown® Buffet and Country Buffet® - and Furr's Fresh Buffet® are celebrating the people who keep companies running and serve as the right hand to many on Administrative Professionals Day, April 25, 2018. Treat your most valuable players to a tasty meal on their special day. Plus, if you post a picture on social media with your admin or team of admins using #BuffetsAdminDay on April 25, you will be entered to win lunch for four. Drawing to be conducted on a later date. One entry per person.
"Admins serve such an important role for many companies. They are often in the background, but it's their hard work and dedication to organizations that often help keep things running smoothly," said
Mike Griffith, Director of Marketing for Ovation Brands® and Furr's Fresh Buffet®. "We are proud to shine the spotlight on these individuals and join in celebrating with our guests who also wish to express their gratitude for these valuable team members."
The Ovation Brands and Furr's Fresh Buffet restaurants offer an assortment of salads, entrees, sides and desserts that can satisfy most cravings. Whether you want a healthy meal or to indulge a bit, their variety makes them an ideal gift, because there's something for everyone. The restaurants serve up home-style cooking and fan favorites every day, whether it's Administrative Professionals Day or any day of the year and all at one fixed price.
"Traditionally, the most common gifts for Administrative Professionals Day are flowers, candy or taking your staff out to lunch," added Griffith. "With all the options our restaurants have to offer, we hope we're a no-brainer for what to gift your admins."
National Professional Secretaries Week and National Secretary's Day, now known as Administrative Professionals Day, was created by Harry F. Klemfuss in 1952. Klemfuss recognized the importance and value of the secretarial position. The name of this holiday day has changed over the past few decades, but the importance of recognizing these vital individuals has continued to grow.