Boston Market announced that its “Two Kids Eat Free” dining program will be extended past October 31, offering customers the same deal every weekend (Saturday and Sunday) between November 1 and the end of January 2010. During the program’s initial launch, more than 550,000 free kids’ meals were distributed to Boston Market guests.

The company was the first to launch a national program where two children, ages 14 and younger, could receive a free kids’ meal all day, every day with only one adult purchase of $6 or more. The number of free kids’ meals doubles to four with the purchase of a Family Meal.

“The overwhelmingly positive response from our customers tells us we’ve struck a chord. Everyone wants greater value for their dollar and more time with their families,” says Lane Cardwell, CEO of Boston Market. “Coordinating schedules is always a challenge, but weekends are family time, and Boston Market wants to help make family mealtime a reality by continuing to offer the ‘Two Kids Eat Free’ deal on weekends and providing delicious, nutritious meals at an excellent price point.”

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