Industry News | May 1, 2017

Teachers Get BOGO Chipotle on Tuesday

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In celebration of the important contributions made by teachers, Chipotle Mexican Grill is offering a special, one-day, buy-one-get-one (BOGO) promotion to all educators. From 3 p.m. to close on Tuesday, Chipotle will host a Teachers’ Appreciation promotion where teachers, faculty and staff at schools and universities across the country can receive a BOGO with a valid school ID.

“Chipotle appreciates the educational community and all they do for their students, day in and day out,” says Mark Crumpacker, chief marketing and development officer at Chipotle. “This is a small—but tasty—gesture from us to them to say thanks for their contributions to our classrooms and communities.”

The BOGO is valid for educators and staff at all levels, including pre-school, elementary, middle and high school, university and homeschooling parents who present valid identification recognizing them as staff or support on May 2. It is available for in-restaurant orders only and is not valid for online, mobile, fax or catering. There is a limit of one free entrée item per educator customer with the purchase of an entrée item of equal or greater value.

Chipotle has long been a champion for education and literacy. The company has provided reading rewards for libraries across the United States’ summer reading programs, offers tuition reimbursement to their employees and partners with Guild Education to provide discounted tuition programs for employees as well.

Earlier this year, Chipotle also unveiled “RAD Lands,” an unbranded, educational video series for kids about food and where it comes from, available through Discovery Education. The program gives teachers and parents tools to educate children on the benefits of eating fresh food, the importance of caring for our environment and how to create healthy, tasty snacks.

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