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Eat'n Park Restaurants Introduce E-Gift Cards
Nov 10, 2011 (03:11 PM EST)
Pittsburgh's Favorite Family Restaurant Offers Personalized Gift Cards with Facebook Connectivity
PITTSBURGH, Nov. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Just in time for the holidays, Eat'n Park Restaurants are introducing E-Gift Cards. The cards, available in any amount between $5 and $500, enable shoppers to personalize their gift with a customized message, photo and an audio recording of up to 20 seconds. Shoppers can choose to upload a photo from their computer desktop or use the Facebook connectivity feature to directly send a picture from their Facebook account.
Unlike traditional gift cards, which require shipping fees and can be lost, Eat'n Park's E-Gift Cards cost no more than the face value of the card. The recipient is notified about the gift via email, and notification also can be sent to mobile phones for further security and convenience.
For people who purchase an E-Gift Card by November 16th, Eat'n Park will give the buyer a coupon for $2.00 toward their next breakfast at Eat'n Park (must be redeemed by November 30, 2011).
Eat'n Park E-Gift Cards are available at www.eatnpark.com/giftcards.
About Eat'n Park
Since 1949, Pittsburgh-based Eat'n Park Restaurants has been a family-owned restaurant chain, serving guests across Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. At the heart of Eat'n Park are more than 8,000 team members committed to providing friendly, attentive service and supporting a growing number of community initiatives, including an annual fundraising campaign that has generated more than $7 million for children's hospitals. Eat'n Park also donates more than 200,000 Smiley Cookies – the brand's iconic symbol – every year to support community events and fundraisers. The company is the recipient of the National Restaurant Association's 2011 Restaurant Neighbor Award for community service.
Eat'n Park Hospitality Group is a portfolio of foodservice concepts focused on personalized dining. The restaurant division includes Eat'n Park Restaurants and Six Penn Kitchen, a neighborhood American bistro. Its contract foodservice division includes: Parkhurst Dining Services, a provider of contract dining services to businesses, higher education institutions and cultural centers; and Cura Hospitality; which enhances life around great food through contract dining and management services for regional hospitals and senior living facilities.
SOURCE Eat’n Park Restaurants