Boston Market hoping to provide 'stress-free' holidays

Dec. 13, 2012

The "Most Wonderful Time of the Year" for many people can also be the most stressful time of the year, a fact not lost on Boston Market. The chain has launched a few promotions to help its guests survive the season. They include staying open on Dec. 25, a variety of catering solutions and a new holiday website with tips and recipes to help with holiday planning.

Open on Christmas Day
Select locations will be open and offer a special $10.99 Christmas Day Meal that includes roasted turkey breast with two home style sides, cornbread and a slice of apple pie. Hours of operation will vary by restaurant. Click here to find a location.

From a full, catered dinner (orders must be placed in advance) to heat & serve and a la carte options, the company has a variety of catering options.

Holiday Hub website
The site includes party planning tips, recipes and more to help holiday gathering go off without a hitch.

Food: Chef Rick Rodgers, a culinary instructor and cookbook author, offers easy-to-prepare recipes incorporating signature rotisserie chicken and homestyle sides from Boston Market.
: Tips like Keeping Things Hot, Turkey Carving Smarts and Gravy Greatness help ensure a stress-free event.
: An event planning guide allows visitors to submit their headcount, timing and party type to receive tips for their upcoming gathering, print a foolproof party planning checklist, and find party themes everyone will enjoy.
Gift Cards
: Guests can now customize Boston Market e-gift cards with holiday themes, text greetings or audio messages. Through the holiday season, they'll receive a $5 gift card when buying $25 gift cards.

Read more about promotions.

Topics: Food & Beverage , Marketing / Branding / Promotion , Operations Management

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