LAS VEGAS, May 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Farmer BoysŪ Restaurant is celebrating Cinco de Mayo
"This show promises to have something for everyone," stated Jimmy Philippou. Farmer BoysŪ is inviting everyone to come out for great tasting food and stay for an enjoyable time. Farmer BoysŪ, a fast casual, cozy, family-oriented Restaurant icon is known for its award-winning Farmer BurgersŪ, monster-sized onion rings and crispy zucchini which are prepared exclusively with farm fresh ingredients. Although burgers are the cornerstone of their menu, Farmer BoysŪ also offers a wide variety of delicious and flavorful sandwiches, wraps, salads and breakfast choices which are cooked-to-order and served all day long.
Most importantly this franchise chain is committed to their guests and communities. According to Jimmy, "We work diligently every moment to provide exceptional guest service and offer as much support as possible to all our patrons and community partners." This year, Farmer BoysŪ Restaurants is celebrating thirty years of successful community support and partnership. The Franchise has sixty eight locations throughout Southern and Central California along with two restaurants in Las Vegas; one at 5847 S. Decatur Blvd. at Russell and this weekend's car show event location at 4450 N. Lamb Blvd.
Desiree Irons, the Marketing Manager for that location, invites everyone to come and experience Farmer BoysŪ hospitality and food this Saturday, May 7th. She said; "It should be a perfect day to come and spend some time with neighbors and friends, enjoy great food and support a wonderful cause." The show starts at 10:00am and runs until 4:00pm. Attendees will enjoy live entertainment all day long with lots of music and activities. Community Partners like Discount Tires, Universal Technical Institute, Farmers Insurance, Citibank, The Air Force, Avon, Mary Kay, Tupperware, University Medical Center, The Metro Police Crime Prevention Unit and more, will have their booths open to Farmer BoysŪ patrons for services, special giveaways and prizes.
In addition, Farmers BoysŪ will have mouth-watering, 99 cent Hamburgers, from 11:00am to 12:00 Noon and $5.00 combo meals which include a 22oz fountain drink and fries all day long. Family fun and kids activities with face painting and balloons will be from 11:00am to 1:00pm. A commemorative Collector's Limited Edition T-Shirt will be available for $15.00 each as well as the opportunity to take a chance in the event's 50/50 Charity Raffle. All proceeds to benefit the March of Dimes.
Kristina Dollard, the Division Director of the March of Dimes - Nevada Chapter, is excited and more than grateful to Farmer BoysŪ and the Desirables Car Show team. She stated; "Every penny from partners in the community like Farmer BoysŪ helps. The March of Dimes has awarded almost one million dollars to the University of Reno Nevada." The mission of the March of Dimes is to improve the health of infants by providing support and resources to help prevent birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. Their drive to seek answers as to why women go into preterm labor and find methods to prevent it, can only be accomplished through active community support and services, advocacy, education and research.
"It's a great Mother's Day Weekend to be thankful for Moms, celebrate families and have some fun," stated Ken Clark, the COO at Farmers BoysŪ Restaurants. "If we all come together to support a dynamic charitable group like the March of Dimes, many community partners and family members will eventually be impacted positively because our children will have an opportunity to grow healthier and have a successful future." Farmer BoysŪ Restaurants encourages everyone one to stop in and join them for flavorful, farm fresh food, and stay for the fun to support of an excellent cause. For more information, please call Farmer BoysŪ at 702-434-0100 or visit online at www.farmerboys.com. Farmer BoysŪ is cookin' up what you're craving!
SOURCE Farmer Boys Restaurants
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