Industry News | March 9, 2017

Freebirds World Burrito Celebrating 30th Anniversary

Freebirds World Burrito is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2017. Throughout the year, Freebirds World Burrito is spreading the anniversary love on thick for loyal friends, fanatics and new guests to enjoy by bringing back some of its most loved promotions and menu items from its 30 year history, as well as expanding to new markets in 2017.

Kicking things off, Freebirds World Burrito has brought back its Tattoosday promotion, where guests who stop by on Tuesdays to show off their ink receive a free order of chips and salsa with their purchase. Additionally, popular favorites, such as the notorious “Pot Brownie,” are making their way back to the regular menu. Freebirds World Burrito will announce additional anniversary promotions and events throughout the year.

The Austin-based brand has become a cult favorite for its signature burritos, nachos, salads, tacos, bowls and quesadillas, and continues to expand into new markets, including its first two Tennessee locations slated to open in the Nashville area in Summer 2017 with a bold new look for the brand.

Founded in 1987, Freebirds World Burrito is known for serving up tasty, customizable burritos in a music-inspired atmosphere. The brand has recently entered into the digital age with a state-of-the-art mobile app and online ordering capability.

“It’s a remarkable milestone to be celebrating 30 years of rolling out humongous burritos, we would have never gotten here without the constant love and support from our guests, fanatics and friends,” says Eric Coolbaugh, vice president of marketing, who recently returned to the brand to roll out this campaign. “With generations of Freebirds fanatics, we’re stoked to be recapturing the same spirit that had defined us for three decades.”

Freebirds World Burrito has also maintained a high-energy setting for their guests that is eccentric and fun. Their relaxed environment is the perfect spot for lunch, dinner or a social gathering of any kind. Guests are encouraged to express themselves by taking the foil from their burrito to create one-of-a-kind sculptures that

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