Forest Acres Moe’s Offers Deals for Customer Appreciation Month

WHAT: After over three years of serving the best burritos, quesadillas, nachos, tacos, salads and fajitas in Forest Acres, Moe’s on Beltline Blvd is hosting a Customer Appreciation Month to remember. Moe’s will feature specials all month long to thank customers for their patronage and support including:

  • Free side of queso with the purchase of any burrito all month long
  • Free cup of queso with the purchase of two burritos all month long
  • $0.99 kids’ meals all month long (12 and under, dine-in only)
  • Become a Fan of Moe’s Columbia on Facebook during the month of January to be the first to find out about additional offers

WHERE: Moe’s Southwest Grill in Forest Acres
                 2130 N. Beltline Blvd, Ste 104, Columbia, SC 29204   

WHEN: January 2010  

 WHY: Moe’s is lucky to have the best fans around and they deserve some recognition and appreciation. Local owners Chris Smith and Steve Taylor want to treat their guests to all of their favorite menu items at special prices throughout the month.

Northeast Florida Moe’s Restaurants Raise $3K for PedsCare

JACKSONVILLE, FL (December 29, 2009) – Moe’s Southwest Grill raised more than $3,000 for children in Northeast Florida with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions. Moe’s invited patrons to purchase a Community PedsCare kite by adding a dollar or more to their meal purchase. A total of $3,093 was raised to help area children being cared for by Community PedsCare, the pediatric palliative and hospice care program of Community Hospice of Northeast Florida.

Source: The Daily Record

Vestal, NY Moe’s Installs Solar Panels in an Effort to Go Green

VESTAL, NY (December 23, 2009) – The owner of Moe’s Southwest Grill on Vestal Parkway said he has invested about $30,000 to install two dozen solar panels on the restaurant’s roof to help the environment. Read more

Source: Binghampton Press

Moe’s New Junior Burritos Are Here to Stay

ATLANTA, Ga. (December 22, 2009) – When the Joey Junior burrito limited time offer was introduced in January, women and teenagers fell in love with it. In the fall even more guests got hooked when Moe’s began offering all of its burritos in a junior size. And now, after seeing a positive trend in year-over-year same store sales since introducing this ‘tweener burrito, Moe’s has decided Junior Burritos are here to stay.

“While Moe’s giant Homewrecker continues to be a fan favorite, it is clear that consumers want the option to order something smaller,” explains Joel Bulger, vice president of marketing for Moe’s. “In addition to a great value, fresh ingredients and fast, friendly service, consumers are increasingly looking for healthy alternatives and guilt-free portion sizes. We want our guests to have that option everyday at Moe’s.”

From now until forever, guests who love the Homewrecker, Joey Bag of Donuts, Art Vandalay or Triple Lindy burrito can get the same ingredients they love in a tortilla that’s a bit smaller. Moe’s Junior Burritos are perfectly portioned between a full-sized burrito and the kid’s size burrito.

Donate to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Get a FREE Junior Burrito

ATLANTA, GA (December 14, 2009) – Guests who bring an unused book or stuffed animal to donate to one of the four participating Atlanta Moe’s locations will receive a free Junior Burrito. Moe’s will be collecting these gifts on behalf of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta from now until December 23.

Participating locations include:

863 Flat Shoals Rd, Conyers, GA
4880 Peachtree Corners Cir, Norcross, GA
860 Johnson Ferry Rd., Atlanta, GA
660 W. Crossville Rd., Roswell, GA