Industry News | June 7, 2016

Good Times Welcomes Dog Days of Summer with Pup Treats

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With summer temps rising, Good Times Restaurants Inc. is encouraging customers to bring their dogs into the restaurant for a free Pawbender during the months of June and July.

Normally on the menu for $1.25, the Pawbender is a four-legged fan favorite comprised of Good Times vanilla custard, doggie biscuits, and peanut butter drizzling on top. Available in-store and in the drive-thru, during the months of June and July, every dog brought to a Good Times location will receive one free Pawbender treat to enjoy. While no purchase is necessary, the dog must be present to receive the free treat. Good Times encourages all of its customers to share their dog’s enjoyment with social media utilizing the hashtag #Pawbender on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

“We absolutely love seeing the joy on a pup’s face when they are enjoying the Pawbender and this summer promotion will help spread the joy to dogs that have maybe never tried the treat before,” says Boyd Hoback, CEO of Good Times Restaurants Inc. “This is also a great excuse for our customers to come in and treat themselves to a Spoonbender while their furry friend is enjoying their treat.”

During the summer months, Good Times will also be debuting their new line of breakfast sandwiches that include two eggs per sandwich. The new breakfast sandwiches will be available in two options: Bacon & Cheddar and the Tuscan. The Bacon & Cheddar includes the eggs, cheddar cheese, and bacon and the Tuscan includes pesto, tomato, and balsamic vinegar.

Founded in 1987 in Boulder, Colorado, Good Times prides itself on serving fast food to be proud of by offering a high quality, fresh, unique, proprietary selection of hamburgers made with Meyer All-Natural, All-Angus beef, All-Natural chicken from Springer Mountain Farms, Hatch Valley Green Chile Breakfast Burritos, signature Wild Fries and Natural Cut Fries, Beer Battered Onion Rings and fresh, creamy Frozen Custard in a variety of flavors, hand-spun shakes, and Spoonbenders.

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