-Popular fast-casual burrito joint spreads goodwill during celebration-
Mebane, NC - March 5, 2012— “Welcome to Moe’s!” will ring out in Mebane when Moe’s Southwest Grill celebrates its grand opening at 1701 S. NC Hwy 119 on Thursday, March 29.
Enjoy any tasty customized junior burrito for $3—normal upcharges apply; limit one per person on March 29. A dollar from each junior burrito purchase will benefit Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).
Charlie Brown from WPCM 920 AM will be broadcasting live from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. All guests can spin the Moe’s Prize Wheel for a chance to win free burritos for a year, Moe Bucks and Moe’s swag.
“Moe’s is proud to be part of the Mebane community,” said franchisee Bryan Connelly. “Moe’s believes in fresh food, family and fun and we can’t wait to bring our unique southwest flair to our newest Triad location.”
The grand opening celebration will continue on Thursday, April 5 with an official ribbon cutting ceremony with the mayor and the Mebane Chamber of Commerce. Customers can enjoy a free side of guacamole or Moe’s famous Queso in April 5.
Guests can experience the new touch-screen-operated Coca-Cola Freestyle® soda fountain, complete with separate ice and water dispensers. Coca-Cola Freestyle® enables consumers to select from more than 100 regular and low-calorie beverage brands—including more than 60 diet, low-calorie and caffeine-free beverages, as well as many varieties of waters, sports drinks, lemonades and sparkling beverages that, prior to the arrival of Coca-Cola Freestyle®, were not available in the United States.
All eight Triad area Moe’s locations offer a Moe Monday special, which includes a burrito, chips and a regular drink for only $5.55. On Tuesdays, children 12 and under eat free with the purchase of any adult meal. As always, every meal is served with free chips and salsa.
The Mebane location of Moe’s at 1701 S. NC Hwy 119 is open from Monday through Sunday from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. For more store-specific information, call 336-273-8102.
For more information and promotions, visit the Triad area Moe’s Facebook page at Facebook.com/MoesTraid.
About Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
JDFR’s mission is to find a cure for type 1 diabetes (T1D) and its complications through the support of research. Several youth ambassadors from the local JDRF chapter will be in attendance. Visit www.jdrf.org for more information about JDRF.