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    Miller’s Deems June 12 National Roast Beef Day

  • Industry News June 12, 2019

    Roast beef has been satisfying our palates for centuries, and right now this tasty protein is more popular than ever. That’s why Miller’s Roast Beef is establishing the first National Roast Beef Day on June 12—and throwing a party for the entire community!

    The mayors of both Attleboro, Massachusetts, and East Providence, Rhode Island, are proclaiming June 12 (and the second Wednesday in June hereafter) as National Roast Beef Day. Radio station Hot106 will be on hand for the National Roast Beef Day Kick-Off Celebration starting at 10 a.m. at the South Attleboro Miller’s Roast Beef location, where City of Attleboro Mayor Paul Heroux will deliver his proclamation.

    “We are incredibly excited to create this holiday and look forward to giving roast beef its own special day every year moving forward,” says Gwendolyn Graham, President of Miller’s Roast Beef. “We only use Certified Angus Beef for our sandwiches; our roast beef is freshly prepared, slow roasted every day, and sliced to order. We want to share our love of high-quality roast beef with the community and spread the word about the best roast beef sandwiches in the country!”

    In honor of National Roast Beef Day, the first 50 guests to line up at the South Attleboro restaurant will get the chance to win a free roast beef sandwich every day for a year. One winner will be selected. Plus, for every roast beef sandwich purchased at both restaurants in East Providence and South Attleboro on National Roast Beef Day, $1 will be given to the local chapters of the Boys and Girls Club of America. Additional prizes will be given away throughout the day at each Miller’s Roast Beef restaurant.

    Miller’s Roast Beef is beloved by all in each of the communities in which it resides. Guests have been enjoying the authentic roast beef sandwich for decades, and additional menu items, such as pastrami and turkey sandwiches, have increased the popularity of Miller’s.

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