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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Introducing the Eat’n Park Christmas Shoppe

It’s hard to believe that this year marks the 30th anniversary of our beloved Christmas Star commercial. We have a lot of fun things planned as part of our celebration, but more on that later! Right now, we’d like to introduce you to our new Christmas Shoppe!

Our Christmas Shoppe will be selling limited edition Christmas Star merchandise from now until the end of the year. Best of all, 10% of all merchandise sales will benefit our 34th Annual Caring for Kids campaign.

All locations will be selling Christmas Star ornaments, ceramic mugs, travel mugs and magnets. At these select locations, you’ll also find long-sleeve t-shirts:

Belle Vernon
Bethel Park
Grove City
McKnight Road (Northbound)
North Huntingdon
South Hills

These are sure to sell out fast, so stop in soon!



cw said...

It would be nice to have those flip books come out again. I still remember those from when I was a child. I would like my kids to have one and enjoy it as much as I did as a kid.

Anonymous said...

Love the Christmas Star commercial. Wish I could buy the merchandise/t-shirt online. Not a local Eat 'n Park close to me that carries these.

Unknown said...

It would be really nice if you could order the shirts online. My restaurant here in Johnstown doesn't have them and I don't want to drive 90 minutes to Monroeville for a shirt.

Eat'n Park said...

Hi, Mikel. Thanks for your feedback! We'll be sure to pass it along!

Unknown said...

My grandfather always responded to this commercial with glee and made everyone pay attention whenever it was on TV. He passed away on Christmas Day just a couple of years after the commercials introduction.
The commercial evokes such powerful memories in addition to epitomizing the warmth and generosity of the Christmas Season that I hope it will never be retired. In fact,
I would like to have a permanent copy on DVD. I'd buy a T-shirt if they were available online or near me. Thanks Eat`n`Park for the inspiring holiday message and the fond memories.