This is not the 1950s. Women aren’t confined to the home, cooking, cleaning, and caring for the kids (unless they want to, of course), nor can they only find work as secretaries in a male-dominated corporate world. No, today, women have power: They can balance work and family life; they can excel in any profession; and, just like men, they can own their own businesses.
Last month, 8,292 restaurants of every type, their employees, and customers came together to help end childhood hunger in the U.S. by participating in Share Our Strength’s Dine Out For No Kid Hungry fundraising program. Together, their generosity raised more than $5 million, more than twice what was raised last year, for Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign to ensure that every child in the U.S. gets the food they need, every day.
Arby’s Restaurant Group Inc. is rolling out a brand re-launch and new advertising campaign, “Slicing Up the Truth About Freshness,” that celebrates Arby’s rich heritage in freshly slicing meat in their restaurants every day for nearly 50 years. Through the new campaign, Arby’s highlights this fact and differentiates themselves from other sandwich shops that cannot make the same claim.
In celebration of its new Turkey Roasters sandwiches, Arby's is hosting a nationwide tasting event for customers to sample one free Turkey Roaster sandwich of their choice when they visit a participating Arby's on Thursday, September 6, 2012, between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., while supplies last.
Turkey Roasters are served hot and feature oven-roasted turkey that is thinly sliced each day in the restaurants.
There are three varieties to choose from:
Arby's Snap and Rock sweepstakes makes it easy for fans to win prizes, including free food, Pepsi gear, and music downloads by simply ordering a Pepsi beverage at Arby's and snapping a picture of the cup.
The sweepstakes even has major superstars in on the action, as three winners will receive a grand prize VIP concert experience with Taio Cruz, The All-American Rejects, or Trace Adkins.
It wasn’t too long ago that things were looking grim for Arby’s, a 48-year-old quick serve known for its famous roast beef sandwiches. In 2010, sales from stores open for more than a year dropped 5.8 percent from the previous year, playing a hand in the $4.3 million loss seen by parent company Wendy’s/Arby’s Group Inc.
The Arby’s Foundation, the charitable-giving arm for Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc., is pleased to announce the appointment of a new board of trustees.
The board is comprised of leadership from Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc. and its franchisees, suppliers, and community representatives with relevant skills and a passion for helping to end childhood hunger in America.
Arby's has been serving up its classic roast beef sandwiches since 1964, and on Monday, July 23, the restaurant will offer its signature sandwich, The Classic Roast Beef, for just 64¢.
Arby's is celebrating its 48th anniversary by utilizing the Facebook Timeline in a fresh and innovative way. To claim the celebratory coupon, fans must travel back in time to 1964 on the Arby’s Facebook Timeline. In addition to finding the coupon, fans will also discover classic photos, commercials, and trivia associated with their founding year.
Women’s Foodservice Forum’s (WFF) annual Executive Summit is a premier industry event exclusively designed for executive level foodservice professionals to gain the insights and connections they need to overcome the challenges in their careers. The roster for this year’s event was recently extended to include significant industry players Jean Birch, president, IHOP Restaurants; John Buckles, executive vice president, sales and marketing, of Ventura Foods; and Hala Moddelmog, president of Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc.
The National Restaurant Association’s (NRA) groundbreaking Kids LiveWell initiative is marking its first anniversary this week, as the first-of-its-kind voluntary industry program reaches more than 100 participating restaurant brands committed to providing families with a growing selection of healthful children’s menu choices when dining out.