From 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., bring any cup (caveats below) and fill it with Slurpee for just $1.50.
We really didn’t have our hopes up for a return, but Inland Empire Restaurant Week is back!
— McDonald's (@McDonalds) August 3, 2017
Want to score a free medium fries and medium drink at McDonald’s?
It’s surprisingly easy.
— Chick-fil-A, Inc. (@ChickfilA) July 11, 2017
So many deals today (July 11), and yet there’s another one to add to the pile: Cow Appreciation Day.
Inflation has struck Wienerschnitzel’s anniversary hot dog deal.
However, it’s just a penny in a year’s time.
To celebrate its 56th anniversary today (July 11), the world’s largest hot dog chain is offering either an original mustard dog or chili dog for just 56¢.
That’s right, it’s just a penny more than last year’s 55¢ deal for its 55th anniversary.
This Saturday (May 13) is the 25th annual National Association of Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger food drive.
You can help fight hunger without even leaving home.
Earlier this year, there was the STRAW, McDonald’s re-engineered straw designed to deliver equal parts of its Chocolate Shamrock shake to a consumers’ tastebuds.
Now McDonald’s has developed the FRORK, described in an infauxmercial as an “unnecessarily superfluous quasi-utensil.”
Thursday (April 27) is Dining Out For Life, an event during which restaurants give a portion of proceeds, or a flat amount, to AIDS service organizations.
In years past, that generally meant driving out to the Coachella Valley, where you could find many restaurants which were participating in the fundraiser. Not so any more.
While there are still many restaurants in the Coachella Valley that are involved (and helping support Desert AIDS Project), several local restaurants have signed on to help support the cause.
The folks at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf are hosting another of their open houses today (March 23) from 2 to 6 p.m.
“Every once in a while, along comes something so revolutionary it changes everything. This…is not that, but it’s close.”