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Red Robin grand opening special event starts April 25

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April 11, 2011 |

News release today from Red Robin regarding its Woodland restaurant:

Red Robin to give away FREE Child ID Kits and donate to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children 50 cents from every gourmet burger sold during grand opening week

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo., April 11, 2011 – Alert your taste buds! Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Inc. (Red Robin) is just weeks away from bringing even more craveable gourmet burgers to the Sacramento area with the opening of their newest Red Robin located in Woodland at 2031 Bronze Star Drive at the Woodland Gateway Shopping Center across from Target, on Monday, April 25 at 11 a.m.  Red Robin – known as the gourmet burger expert – offers more than two dozen high-quality gourmet burgers served with Bottomless Steak Fries (which means free refills!) as well as a variety of salads, entrees, soups and wraps made with the freshest ingredients, many of which are made in-house.

To celebrate Red Robin’s grand opening and demonstrate its commitment to the community, the new restaurant has partnered with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) to host a Burgers With A Heart fundraiser. During grand opening week, from April 25 to May 1, Red Robin will donate 50 cents from every gourmet burger sold to support NCMEC’s child safety initiatives. In addition, Red Robin will give away FREE* Child ID Kits.

“Child ID Kits are a simple, yet effective method to help parents and guardians maintain a current photograph and other descriptive details about their children,” said Ernie Allen, president and CEO of NCMEC. “We want to thank Red Robin for helping us spread the word about child safety to help make communities across the country safer.”

Red Robin’s gourmet burgers start with a fresh, never frozen, ground beef patty that is fire-grilled to a perfect juiciness. Red Robin also offers a chicken breast, turkey patty, fish sandwich or a vegetarian or vegan burger patty for those guests who are craving something other than beef. Layered on top, from more than 100 different topping options, is a tasty combination of ingredients with a variety of flavor profiles. Some of the most popular burgers are the Whiskey River BBQ Burger with signature BBQ sauce and hand-battered crispy onion straws; the signature Royal Red Robin Burger which has been a guest favorite for more than 40 years and is topped with a fresh fried egg; and the Banzai Burger with a teriyaki-glazed beef patty and a grilled pineapple ring, to name a few.

Red Robin guests across the country have come to love Red Robin for its:

  • Welcoming and fun restaurant experience
  • High-quality menu items, including signature gourmet burgers, entrees, salads and beverages made from fresh, Honest to Goodness ingredients that are customizable to fit guests taste and dietary preferences
  • Signature Bottomless Steak Fries and Beverages, which means free refills, as well as Limited Time Offer (LTO) menu items
  • Happy hour specials on appetizers and beer in the bar area from 3-6 p.m. and 8 p.m. to close during the week
  • Red Royalty, a new loyalty program that provides its members with rewards, including a FREE birthday burger and various additional incentives for dining at Red Robin, as well as other rewards to “surprise and delight” members throughout the year
  • A kids’ menu for guests under age 10 which includes healthier fruit and vegetable side options, along with balloons, coloring pages and crayons, and a game area
  • Detailed allergen information that is easy to understand
  • A unique Unbridled culture that inspires Red Robin team members to consistently put guests’ needs first and perform random acts of kindness for others

For more information about Red Robin and to find additional restaurant locations, please visit www.redrobin.com.

 

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Wendy Weitzel

Wendy Weitzel

Wendy Weitzel is a longtime journalist and Davis resident. She is a former managing editor of The Davis Enterprise, working there from 1998-2008. She has written her Comings & Goings business column since 2001. Today, she does freelance writing, editing, marketing and design.
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