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Monday, June 18, 2012

99-cent kids’ meals are back for Smiley’s Birthday!

This promotion ended on July 27, 2012.

Yep, you heard that right! It’s time for Smiley’s birthday celebration, and that means that all kids’ meals* are just 99-cents, now through July 27th. That’s not all though. As usual, Smiley is celebrating in style. All kids who visit during his party will receive a special Smiley treat bag containing a Smiley tattoo, sticker, wristband, and of course, a Smiley Cookie!

We’ve also added a fun new twist to Smiley’s Party – a coloring contest! Stop in to any Eat’n Park to get a coloring sheet, where kids can illustrate how they like to stay active. One winner from every restaurant will receive a Backyard Activity Kit, filled with all the makings of a fun, active summer – a basketball, jump rope, chalk, soccer ball, hula hoop, wiffle ball and bat, football, Frisbee, beach ball, and sunscreen.

Plus, one lucky grand prize winner will take home four Smiley bikes, so the whole family can stay active together.

Additionally, the birthday boy will be making appearances at many of our locations - just click here to see if and when he’ll be visiting YOUR Eat’n Park. Kids can personally wish Smiley a happy birthday, as well as decorate their very own Smiley Cookie.

Smiley will also be out and about in Pittsburgh. On June 23rd, he will be celebrating at the Carnegie Science Center - stop by from 11:30-1:30, when children will receive half off the price of admission with the purchase of an adult ticket. Later that day, Smiley will be rooting on the Buccos after he throws out the first pitch at the Pirates’ game. All those in attendance will receive a scratch & win ticket for Eat’n Park! Finally, if you haven’t been to the zoo yet this summer, you should stop by during Eat’n Park Family Week, June 30-July 8. It’s sure to be a roaring good time!

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


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