Industry News | January 27, 2015

Boston Market Beats Cold With Hot Meal Deal

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The winter doldrums may be upon us, but the comfort and warmth of a hot, home style meal (for two) is just around the corner at your nearest Boston Market. The restaurant –known for its fresh, never frozen rotisserie chicken – today announced its limited time only "2 for $20 Complete Meal Deal," as well as the launch of the "Cruise in to Win" sweepstakes in partnership with Princess Cruises.

Available now through April 2, the meal deal includes two individual meals, two drinks and two desserts for only $20. Each individual meal comes with a main course option such as rotisserie chicken or turkey, two classic sides and a freshly baked piece of cornbread. Boston Market offers guests a variety of lighter options as well, including over 150 individual meals at 550 calories or less.

"Our 2 for $20 Complete Meal Deal allows our guests to bring a friend or family member along to enjoy a high-quality meal, complete with dessert, at a great value," says Sara Bittorf, chief brand officer at Boston Market. "We're also excited to offer guests an even sweeter reason to dine with us through our 'Cruise in to Win' sweepstakes in partnership with Princess Cruises."

From now until April 5, guests have a chance to win a 7-day dream Princess Cruises Vacation for four, including airfare, to the Caribbean.

"Princess Cruises is marking its 50th anniversary year in 2015 which makes it a very special time to cruise with us," says Gordon Ho, senior vice president, marketing and North American sales at Princess Cruises. "The lucky winners of this sweepstakes will get to cruise to some of our most popular destinations and enjoy many not-to-be-missed experiences celebrating our golden year."

Two runners-up in the "Cruise in to Win" sweepstakes will receive a 3-to-5 day getaway from either Los Angeles or Ft. Lauderdale, and two third-prize winners will receive a Nikon camera package.

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