Industry News | December 5, 2016

Boston Market Lowering its Prices During December

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Boston Market, the rotisserie chicken and contemporary home style cooking experts with 462 locations nationwide, is celebrating its 31st anniversary with exclusive surprise and delight online giveaways all month long in December. During its "31 Days of Giving" sweepstakes, Boston Market and Coca-Cola will offer fans the chance to win dozens of free prizes—one awarded each day—including Boston Market gift cards, exciting gift bags and holiday items, movie tickets, electronics and even a trip for two to Las Vegas by entering the sweepstakes daily on the Boston Market Facebook page.

Also in celebration of the company's anniversary, Boston Market is rolling back the prices of its most popular menu options. For just $7.99 now through December 31, guests can order a Half Chicken Individual Meal or Whole Rotisserie Chicken online or at any of the company's restaurants across the country, no coupon required.

"We've been serving delicious home style meals and juicy rotisserie chicken for 31 great years, and to honor this milestone, we want to give back to our fans in a big way," says George Michel, Boston Market CEO. "We are so grateful to our guests for their continued support and business, and we're thrilled to celebrate with them by rolling back the prices of our two top selling menu selections and giving away fun prizes each day during the holiday season.

The Boston Market 31 Days of Giving sweepstakes is live and guests are encouraged to enter daily during the month of December for a chance to win. To participate, fans should enter on the sweepstakes tab of the Boston Market Facebook page.

To follow the conversation online and learn more about each day's prize, guests can use #31DaysofGiving on social media. Winners will be drawn each day during the month of December and all prizes will be fulfilled in January 2017.

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