Industry News | January 19, 2015

New Year Promotions At Stevi B’s Pizza Buffet

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Starting this month, the premium pizza buffet chain is introducing an assortment of creative customer promotions including a game day special pizza promotion, free food for kids on Valentine’s Day, a 99 cent Kid’s Night, and new salad bar selections.

“Stevi B’s Pizza connects with families in so many ways – we’re the place to come for great-tasting food, entertainment and for plain old family fun,” says Allyson Smith, chief marketing officer for Stevi B’s Pizza. “We’re on a mission to give customers even more of what they want. From our 99 cent Kid’s Night to our Valentine’s Day freebies and game day promotions, we are the ultimate destination for family-friendly fun.”

 In honor of Super Bowl Sunday, Stevi B’s will be offering any two medium specialty pizzas for only $12 in the week leading up to the big game. The offer will be valid from Monday, January 26 through Sunday February 1.

Additionally, from February 9 to February 14, Stevi B’s will celebrate Valentine’s Day by giving away a free kid’s buffet with the purchase of one adult buffet. Guests must visit the Stevi B’s Facebook and/or Twitter page to print the coupon offer. The promotion will be available at participating Stevi B’s locations.

“We’re as eager as ever to provide our guests with incredible value. By offering 99 cent kids’ buffets we hope to give families an opportunity to sit down together,” says Fred Beilstein, CEO of Stevi B's Pizza. “That is of course until you have to stand up to get more!”

In addition to the holiday promotions, Stevi B’s will be hosting 99 cent Kid’s Nights throughout the month of January and February. On select dates through March 2, kids eat for just 99 cent after 4 p.m. To find out when the kids nights will take place, guests can contact their local store through the Stevi B’s locations page on the brand’s website.

Lastly, select Stevi B’s locations will be adding an assortment of new toppings and sides to the restaurant’s salad bar. 

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