Sweet Tomatoes Celebrates
National Gardening Exercise Day!
Sweet Tomatoes in Florida offers guests $5 garden-fresh buffet on June 6th in honor of national holiday
Sweet Tomatoes restaurants in Florida are encouraging guests to workout those taste buds (and gardening hoses) and celebrate National Gardening Exercise Day on June 6th. In honor of the unique holiday, Sweet Tomatoes is giving back by offering customers a special $5 all-you-care-to-eat dining experience (11a.m. – 3 p.m.) and donating $1 from every lunch buffet purchased that day to the Florida Federation of Gardening Clubs (FFGC).
The FFGC is a vital community institution committed to the education, environmental awareness, and civic beautification of gardening. While also encouraging efforts toward special causes such as the erection of memorials to veterans of the United States armed forces.
A tongue-in-cheek, 80’s-style workout video and street teams equipped with their favorite gardening equipment will serve as a fun and encouraging way to promote event participation.
“Celebrating this unique holiday is another fun way for our guests to interact with the brand,” stated Mike Hammel, Garden Fresh Restaurant Corp.’s Vice President of Marketing. “It’s a great way for us to raise awareness for our healthy, garden-fresh offerings, while reinforcing the value of healthy eating, physical activity, and gardening.”
For more information visit www.nataionalgardeningexerciseday.com.
* Video created and produced by Cleveland-based agency Brokaw Inc.
About Sweet Tomatoes:
Sweet Tomatoes was founded in 1978 in San Diego and currently operates 124 salad buffet-style restaurants across the western, southern, and eastern portions of the United States. Sweet Tomatoes cares about what comes out of guests’ wallets and into their bodies by creating an exceptional, all-you-care-to-eat dining experience with a daily selection of made-from-scratch soups and salads as well as hand-crafted muffins, focaccia, breads, and tasty desserts. By combining high-quality, farm-fresh, and scratch-made foods for a fixed price, the restaurants provide guests with the freedom to create their own wholesome meals. The restaurant concept is built around fresh-prepared, great-tasting recipes with a salad bar full of seasonal vegetables and tossed salads prepared exhibition-style every 20 minutes. Sweet Tomatoes restaurants are open daily for lunch and dinner. For more information, visit www.sweettomatoes.com.
About the Florida Federation of Gardening Clubs, Inc.:
“To further the education of the members and the public in the fields of gardening, horticulture, botany, floral design, landscape design, environmental awareness through the conservation of natural resources, civic beautification, nature studies, and to instill in our youth the love of gardening and the respect and protection of the environment.” For more information, visit http://www.ffgc.org.