Industry News | February 14, 2012

Smooch Your Way to Free Qdoba Today

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Qdoba Mexican Grill is encouraging its guests to share the love again on Feb. 14 with the return of its popular BOGO for a Kiss Valentine’s Day promotion. Qdoba guests who purchase one entrée at any participating Qdoba restaurant on Valentine’s Day and then share a kiss with a significant other, friend, family member, or even an understanding stranger at the cash register will receive a second entrée of equal or lesser value for free.

No coupon is required. All guests need to participate is a pair of lips and a willing smooching partner.

“Last year we debuted our BOGO for a Kiss Valentine’s Day promotion and thousands of Qdoba guests lined up to share a smooch and receive a great Qdoba offer in return,” says Karen Guido, Qdoba’s chief marketing officer. “After such a strong response last year, we knew we had to bring it back again. We hope by offering our guests an affordable and tasty option for Valentine’s Day we’ll be able to add a little ‘heat’ to their holiday.”

Qdoba’s menu offers guests billions of different fresh, handcrafted flavors and dishes to get them in a loving mood. Since all Qdoba menu items are made fresh, guests can customize their order to fit their own nutritional needs and taste preferences. Guests can also check out Qdoba’s nutritional calculator on its website that allows visitors to build, customize, and calculate the nutritional value of every menu item.

The BOGO for a Kiss offer includes a free entrée of equal or lesser value with the purchase of another entrée from Qdoba’s menu and is valid at all participating restaurant locations, except for Wisconsin-based Qdoba restaurants. Qdoba guests in Wisconsin who purchase one entrée and then share a kiss will receive 50 percent off a second entrée. Offers must be redeemed at time of purchase.

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