Moe’s Southwest Grill Celebrates Cinco de Moe’s on May 5

 Popular burrito joint invites guests to celebrate with free and discounted offers all day

ATLANTA, Ga. (May 2, 2011) – Everyday Moe’s gives guests the freedom to choose from more than 20 fresh, free ingredients and a variety of protein options including all natural chicken, 100 percent sirloin grass-fed steak, grain-fed pulled pork and organic tofu, but on Cinco de Moe’s – they go crazy in celebration of the countless ways guests can build the perfect Moe’s burrito by offering a great deal all day long.

Moe’s invites guests to join in celebrating Cinco de Moe’s on Thursday, May 5 from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m.

Festivities vary by location, but below are a few irresistible specials to get your mouth watering!

  • Enjoy any burrito, chips and salsa for $3 all day at Moe’s locations in Atlanta, GA; Greensboro, NC; Jacksonville, FL; Florence, SC; Richmond, VA and Roanoke, VA. 
  • Enjoy a chicken Joey Bag of Donuts burrito, chips and salsa for $3 at locations in Chattanooga, TN; Charlotte, NC; Raleigh, NC and Huntsville, AL.
  • Enjoy any burrito, chips, salsa and a drink for $5 at Tampa, FL and Orlando, FL locations.
  • Buy one meal, get one free with the purchase of two large drinks at the Moe’s restaurants in Birmingham, AL and Greenville, SC.
  • Enjoy a free side of queso or guacamole with any purchase at Moe’s locations in Hampton Roads, VA; Norfolk, VA and Williamsburg, VA.
  • Enter to win Free Burritos for a Year at Moe’s locations in Nashville, TN.
  • Be one of the first 100 guests in line and receive a free limited edition Cinco de Moe’s t-shirt at Moe’s locations in the following cities: West Hartford, CT; Hartford, CT; Glastonbury, CT; Long Island, NY; Philadelphia, PA; Staten Island, NY; Mahwah, NJ; Pompton Plains, NJ and Washington, DC.
  • Enjoy any burrito for $4 or any junior for $3 at Moe’s locations in Chicago, IL.

 

To learn what specials may be offered at your nearest location, visit http://www.moes.com to find and call your local Moe’s.

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