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    Federal Employees Eat Free at White Castle on January 29

  • Industry News January 24, 2019
    White Castle
    White Castle leadership is standing by for a bipartisan invitation.

    Since 1921, White Castle and its iconic 2-by-2 inch sliders have brought together Cravers from all walks of life. Today, White Castle is amplifying its role as a connector by proposing the first-ever Slider Summit (#SliderSummit), a gathering of leaders in Washington D.C. with the aim to continue important conversations, all while empowered by White Castle cuisine. And on Tuesday, January 29, Federal employees are invited to visit their local White Castle restaurant for a free Combo Meal (#1–6) or any Breakfast Combo Meal.

    White Castle’s legendary food truck, the Crave Mobile, is being offered to make the journey to the nation’s capital, bringing flavorful nourishment to convening minds. White Castle leadership is standing by for a bipartisan invitation. 

    “At White Castle, we’ve been connecting food lovers since we served the first slider in 1921, so we know a thing or two about bringing people together around a common table,” says Jamie Richardson, vice president at White Castle. “That’s why we’re willing to drive the Crave Mobile more than 300 miles to Washington D.C. for the first-ever Slider Summit to assist with finding a solution that works for all Americans.”

    To help federal employees affected during the government shutdown, White Castle is also inviting them to enjoy a free Combo Meal (#1–6) or any Breakfast Combo Meal at one of its nearly 400 Castles across the country on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019, by showing a federal identification card.

    “As a family-owned business for 98 years, we are dedicated members of the communities we serve,” says Richardson. “And we are proud to share a meal with federal employees in our neighborhoods.”

    Cravers around the country can show their support for the first-ever Slider Summit by using the hashtag #SliderSummit on social media. 

    News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by QSR, Food News Media, or Journalistic, Inc.