Eat'n Park to Thank Guests for Their Support of the Chain's Decision to Go Smoke-Free
Details: Eat'n Park -- the state's leading family dining chain -- isgiving all guests a free Smiley Cookie on Thursday, September 11, to recognizethe day Pennsylvania's smoking ban becomes effective. Guests are invited tovisit any Eat'n Park across the state to get their free cookie.
In May 2007, Eat'n Park became the first restaurant chain in the state tovoluntarily become smoke-free, after the state's actions to ban smoking weredelayed.
According to Kevin O'Connell, senior vice president, Eat'n ParkRestaurants, one of the company's primary goals in going smoke-free was togive its team members a healthy work environment.
Visit eatnpark.com or any local Eat'n Park for more information.
Eat'n Park Restaurants, founded in 1949 as a family carhop, is anaward-winning family restaurant chain with 77 locations in Pennsylvania, Ohioand West Virginia, and is a member of the Eat'n Park Hospitality Group, aleading, regional multi-concept foodservice company. Other brands operated bythe Group include: Park Classic Diner, a retro-eatery reminiscent of thecompany's roots; Six Penn Kitchen, an upscale American Bistro; ParkhurstDining Services, a provider of contract-dining services to businesses,universities, and cultural centers; and CURA Hospitality, which offerscontract dining and management services for senior living communities. Acrossits dining brands, the Eat'n Park Hospitality Group employs more than 9,000team members in seven northeastern and Mid-Atlantic States.PITTSBURGH, Sept. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Who: Eat'n Park Restaurants
SOURCE Eat'n Park Restaurants
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