Regular followers of this blog know that Original Tommy’s celebration of it’s 65th anniversary has been continuing with a string of Tommy Tuesday events throughout the chain.
This week it returns to the Inland Empire!
If you’re driving to Vegas tomorrow, you’re in luck, ’cause it’s at the Tommy’s in Barstow, at 2610 Fisher Blvd.
The deal today (October 25) is in honor of founder Tommy Koulax’s birthday, which is tomorrow.
Just say the phrase “Happy Birthday, Tommy” at the Barstow location and you can get up to five chiliburgers for just 99 each.
And if you happen to be in the Hollywood area today, the special price at the location at 5873 Hollywood Blvd. is just 65!
The deal is good from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and is available at three other locations.
For more information, click here for the Facebook event page.
Heading to or from Vegas today?
Or do you live in the High Desert?
Then you’ll want to stop by the Original Tommy’s in Barstow, because today’s Tommy Tuesday is taking place there.
That’s right. You can stop and pick up a chiliburger (or three) for only 65 each today.
All you have to do is utter the secret word: Family.
You can buy up to five chiliburgers at that special, 65th Anniversary price, until 10 p.m. today (February 22) only.
I know a certain nurse who might want to leave for work early and pick up some chiliburgers on his way to the Barstow Community Hospital E.R.
The Barstow Original Tommy’s is at 2610 Fisher Blvd.
The promotion is being shared with the Las Vegas Original Tommy’s at 5208 Boulder Highway.
Good news — sort of — for those of us worried about the potentially-Salmonella-tainted-peanut butter cookie dough.
The number of schools which received and sold the potentially dangerous dough is down from 13 to three, but the lone San Bernardino County school is among them.
The three schools:
- Barstow Intermediate School, Barstow
- Fremont Elementary, Alhambra
- 93rd Street Elementary, Los Angeles
So, if you happened to have purchased some Sweet Success Frozen Peanut Butter Cookie Dough recently from someone who goes to school at Barstow Intermediate School, you are asked to dispose of it.
Read the updated press release here.