Industry News | April 12, 2016

Noodles & Co. Eases Tax Day Stress with $4 off $10 Meal

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Noodles & Company, serving classic noodle and pasta dishes from around the world, announced two promotions to help guests de-stress after completing their taxes. On Tax Day, Monday, April 18, guests who bring in their “little deductible” to a participating Noodles & Company location will receive a free Kids Meal with the purchase of any regular entrée.

For those filing digitally this year, the company is also offering an online promotion that gives guests $4 off any $10 purchase placed through order.noodles.com using the code TAXDAY at checkout. The “file online, order online” weeklong promotion will run from April 11 to 18.

“The team at Noodles & Company understands that tax season can be an especially stressful time for everyone, which is why we wanted to offer our guests not one, but two great offers this month,” says Mark Mears, executive vice president and chief marketing officer at Noodles & Company. “We may not be able to offer any special tax breaks this year, but we can provide REAL Food, REAL Cooking and REAL Flavors that just might make Tax Day a little more bearable—and delicious.”

In addition to its tax-related promotions, Noodles & Company is also hosting an online sweepstakes whereby guests can win a trip to an Orlando theme park in celebration of the Company’s Asian Exploration menu promotion, now through April 30. To enter, guests need only sign up for the Company’s EClub, update their EClub profile or forward an EClub email to a friend. One grand-prize winner will win a trip for four to Orlando, including airfare, hotel accommodations, and tickets to one of country’s largest theme parks, where they can embark on their own Asian Exploration before enjoying a free dinner at a nearby Noodles & Company restaurant. Five second-prize winners will receive a $100 Noodles & Company gift card.

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