Restaurant.com Offers Back-to-School Family Savings
Company Creates Relief from Busy Schedules with Affordable Dining Destinations
August 29, 2011
Arlington Heights, Ill. August 29, 2011 – Back-to-school can be an expensive and exhausting adventure with the cost of school supplies, backpacks, new clothes and extra activities. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, consumers spend $7.2 billion on back-to-school shopping.
Restaurant.com understands families need budget-saving breaks and relief from a nonstop schedule. The company offers ways to save on dining out that can help reduce stress and create more time with family!
“We have many parents working at Restaurant.com who have to balance the hectic back-to-school season, so we understand the importance of quality family time despite busy schedules,” says Cary Chessick, CEO of Restaurant.com. “That’s why we’re excited to help families deepen relationships and create lasting memories one dining experience at a time.”
“As a mom and former teacher, I know shopping for school supplies at a discount is rewarding but exhausting,” says Jan Leasure of Jan’s Super Saver Survival. “I reward myself by going directly from shopping for school supplies to a local restaurant. I treat myself and my school supply shoppers for a great dinner at a discount by slapping down my Restaurant.com certificate.”
Now through August 31, consumers can save 80 percent on already discounted Restaurant.com Gift Certificates by entering promo code SCHOOL at checkout. That means $25 gift certificates can be purchased for as low as $2.
Restaurant.com gives parents tips on how to save big on their next family dinner:
1. Borrow your child’s pen and notebook, computer and printer.
2. Write down promo code SCHOOL in your notebook.
3. Visit Restaurant.com and find a cool restaurant in your local area.
4. Enter the promo code and see the savings.
5. Print the certificate, then eat, drink and enjoy the experience with your family.
Visit Restaurant.com to find more than 18,000 participating restaurants nationwide.