Industry News | March 19, 2013

Fazoli's Celebrates Absolutely Incredible Kids on March 21

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Fazoli’s loves families—especially kids—and will be celebrating Absolutely Incredible Kid Day on Thursday, March 21. 

This special day was established by the Camp Fire organization in 1996 as a day adults are asked to write letters of encouragement and inspiration to let children know how much they are appreciated. 

Fazoli’s is supporting the day with a series of activities, including a Free Kids Meal to any child 12 and under who dresses up like his or her favorite superhero, or who brings in a letter of support and encouragement written by an adult. 

The restaurant has created special Absolutely Incredible Kid Day stationary, available at www.fazolis.com.

Kids visiting the restaurant can get an Absolutely Incredible Kid Day temporary tattoo. This special offer is available at all participating Fazoli’s restaurants across the country on Thursday, March 21.

Cathy Hull, Fazoli’s chief marketing officer, says she is excited that Fazoli’s is able to promote this special day. 

“Fazoli’s is a popular destination for families,” she says. “In addition to our weekly Kids Night, we wanted to have a fun event where kids could celebrate being Absolutely Incredible with their moms, dads, aunts, uncles, or any adult that is integral in their lives.”

Fazoli’s ranked No. 2 overall among large national fast-food chains in the prestigious Zagat Survey. 

With a 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, Kentucky, in 1988, Fazoli’s was acquired by Sun Capital Partners in 2006.

Camp Fire is one of the nation’s leading nonprofit youth development organizations, serving youth, teens, and families in hundreds of communities across the United States each year. 

Founded in 1910, Camp Fire provides all-inclusive, coeducational programs, which include small group experiences.

By design, Camp Fire’s programs provide hands-on leadership experiences for youth in before- and after-school programs, environmental and camp programs, and teen service and leadership programs.