Furloughed federal employees to enjoy free Pizza Baked Spaghetti this week
Lexington, KY (RestaurantNews.com) Fazoli’s may not be able to get Congress and the White House to agree on a budget deal, but the popular fast-casual Italian chain is certain everyone can agree that missing a paycheck can really hurt.
So this week, participating Fazoli’s locations are doing what they can do to help. Starting today, Jan. 7, and continuing through Sunday, Jan. 13, Fazoli’s invites all furloughed federal government employees with a valid ID to come in for FREE Pizza Baked Spaghetti* with the purchase of a drink.
“We wanted to do our part to make life a little easier on the people in our communities who have been affected by the shutdown,” said CEO Carl Howard. “The Pizza Baked Spaghetti is a fan-favorite that has just returned for a limited-time. So come on by this week, show us your government ID, buy a soda and this mouthwatering signature baked pasta dish is on us!”
*Limit of one meal per eligible guest per day. Free dish available from Jan. 7 – 13 at participating locations only. Must purchase regular-size or larger drink.
For locations, hours, menus and more information, visit fazolis.com.
Fazoli’s: Fast. Fresh. Italian.
Founded in 1988 in Lexington, Ky., Fazoli’s owns and operates over 215 restaurants in 28 states, making it the largest elevated QSR Italian chain in America. Fazoli’s prides itself on serving premium quality Italian food, fast, fresh and friendly. Menu offerings include freshly prepared pasta entrees, Submarinos® sandwiches, salads, pizza and desserts – along with its unlimited signature breadsticks. Named one of the “Best Franchise Opportunities for 2018” by Franchise Business Review, a FastCasual.com “Brand of the Year,” and “Human Resources Team of the Year” by the 2018 American Business Awards, Fazoli’s franchisees are experiencing record sales growth. Visit www.ownafazolis.com for details on development opportunities.