Industry News | November 10, 2008

Store Gives $3,000 at Reopening

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Mimi’s Cafe will celebrate the grand reopening of its San Bernardino, California, restaurant with a series of community events including more than $3,000 in gift cards and coupons for guests and an official ribbon cutting with assistant to Mayor Patrick Morris, Peggy Hazlett on Thursday, November 13.

Leading up to the official ribbon cutting, Wednesday, November 12 is a day of delicious fundraising with a portion of proceeds being donated to the American Red Cross Inland Empire Chapter. During these events, guests can experience the redesigned restaurant and sample Mimi’s Cafe’s new “Just Enough”--favorite menu items now available in smaller portions--and “Comfort Classics” prepared fresh daily from scratch.

“After months of planning, we are excited to unveil the new look and feel of Mimi’s Cafe to the San Bernardino community,” says Tim Pulido, president of Mimi’s Cafe.

The San Bernardino restaurant follows the Laguna Niguel reopening as one the first of Mimi’s Cafe’s 139 locations to feature the newly-updated décor, which will eventually roll out nationwide. The design also includes a full-service bar with specialty drinks including the Mimitini and Fresh Squeezed Margaritas.

As part of the San Bernardino reopening, Mimi’s Cafe is working closely with the American Red Cross Inland Empire Chapter. “Our partnership with Mimi’s Cafe is a great way to get the San Bernardino residents involved in raising funds for valuable programs that directly benefit the victims of disaster throughout the area,” says Toni Callicott, CEO of the Inland Empire Chapter.

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