Jack in the Box is giving impetus to the age-old adage that breakfast is the most important meal of the day: For a limited time beginning today, guests can order a platter loaded with mini pancakes, scrambled eggs, hash browns, and a choice of bacon or sausage – all for $2.99, plus tax, at participating restaurants.
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Summer is officially under way and Jack in the Box restaurants are serving up the season’s biggest meal deal: A $3.99 Really Big Chicken Sandwich Combo.
Available for a limited time, the combo features Jack’s Really Big Chicken Sandwich, which includes two breaded chicken patties, lettuce, tomato, bacon, cheese, and mayo-onion sauce served on a jumbo bakery bun, along with a small drink and small order of seasoned curly fries for just $3.99, plus tax.
Jack in the Box restaurants are giving parents yet another option for customizing their child’s Kid’s Combo Meal. Jack in the Box will offer Chiquita Apple Bites with Caramel as a free substitution in Kid’s Combo Meals and as an a la carte side option.
“Jack in the Box offers a lot of variety with our Kid’s Combos, from grilled or crispy chicken strips, a grilled cheese sandwich, and hamburger to low-fat milk, juice, and fountain beverages,” says Tracy Dunn, director of menu marketing and promotions for Jack in the Box Inc.
Coca-Cola Co. has partnered with a technology company to allow the new Coca Cola Freestyle fountain dispensers to work hand-in-hand with radio-frequency identification (RFID) chips imbedded in beverage cups.
The tagged cups will trigger the computer software in Coca Cola Freestyle machines to pour the customer's beverage. Without the chip, the dispenser won't work.
Quick serves could be poised to step up their franchising efforts as soon as the credit market thaws and while available real estate remains cheap. Some experts say that minority-franchisee recruitment will be a particular area of focus, as franchisors pursue the value minorities bring to customer relations, new product innovation, and new markets.
Ballyhooed by various cultures for centuries as a miracle fruit, the blackberry is now set to cure the shake cravings of Jack in the Box guests. For a limited time, Jack in the Box restaurants are adding Blackberry to their line of real ice cream shakes.
After 60 years of serving guests driving to and through his Jack in the Box restaurants, Jack has decided to turn the tables. He’s going to start driving to his guests to serve his burgers, tacos, and fries. Jack in the Box is taking its fast-food show on the road.
The French have given Americans a lot to celebrate over the years—the Statue of Liberty, some cheap real estate (remember the Louisiana Purchase?), and a buttery bread called a croissant. As a savory salute to the latter’s invention, Jack in the Box restaurants are serving up a deal that will have guests shouting, “Vive Jacques!” For a limited time at participating restaurants, Jack in the Box is offering two Croissant Sandwiches for $3 plus tax.
Jack in the Box announced that the chain’s third annual antenna ball promotion raised $275,000 for Big Brothers Big Sisters, the nation's largest donor and volunteer-supported children's mentoring network.
The promotion featured a new Jack-style antenna ball sporting a knit cap bearing the company logo. Proceeds from the sale of antenna balls, which were created exclusively for this event and sold at Jack in the Box restaurants for $1 each, plus tax, will primarily support Big Brothers Big Sisters’ military mentoring programs.
Just last year, women crossed the 50 percent threshold in the U.S. workforce, and for the first time in history represent the majority of working Americans. Even in our own industry, more than 50 percent of restaurants are now owned by women—a statistic released by the National Restaurant Association just last month.
While women’s accomplishments in the professional and collegiate world are undeniable (for every two men earning a post-secondary degree, three women are graduating), the fact remains that only 2 percent of bosses at America’s largest companies are women.