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Monday, June 20, 2011

Join us at Eat'n Park for Smiley's Birthday - and 99-cent kids' meals!

This promotion ended on July 29, 2011.

Smiley is celebrating a milestone occasion this summer: his 25th Birthday! And this cookie likes to party, so he’s got a slew of special events planned over the next month. Read on, then join in the fun!

99-cent kids’ meals at Eat’n Park

They’re back! From June 20 through July 29, 2011, all kids meals are 99 cents* – all day, every day! Plus, every child will receive a special birthday treat bag full of fun stuff like tattoos, stickers, a special birthday wristband, and (of course) a Smiley Cookie.

Mascot Mania Birthday Bash

Smiley and a bunch of his mascot pals will rendezvous at the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh for a birthday bash you won’t soon forget! Friends like Kenny the Kangaroo, the Pirate Parrot, the Nittany Lion, and more will be there to wish Smiley a happy birthday. Visitors can decorate their very own Smiley Cookie, and enjoy a slice of Smiley’s birthday cake!

The party is happening on Saturday, June 25, from 11:30 am-1:30 pm. Be sure to stop in to Eat’n Park before you go – you can pick up a coupon for half-off a child’s admission with the purchase of an adult ticket. Click here for more info.

Find Smiley at your local Eat’n Park!

Throughout the summer, Smiley will be visiting many of our restaurants for special birthday celebrations. Stop by during Smiley’s visit, and you’ll get to meet the big guy! Kids will also be able to decorate their own Smiley Cookies.

Click here to see when Smiley will be visiting your local Eat’n Park!

Special Smiley merchandise designed by Pittsburgh artist Burton Morris

World-famous artist (and Pittsburgh native) Burton Morris has chosen Smiley as his latest muse! Known for his bright, fun, “post-pop” style, Burton Morris has often been compared to Andy Warhol. His rendition of Smiley’s iconic face is bursting with color! You’ll find it on mugs, magnets, and more at our restaurants.

Click here to learn more about Burton’s work, and see how the Smiley Cookie inspired him.

*99-cent kids' meals not valid on breakfast or brunch buffets or on takeout. Guest check must include one adult meal. Kids' treat bags available while supplies last.


1 comment:

Hartman said...

i luv smiley