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Golden Corral Continues the Top 10 Kids Eat Free Promotion During 2013 NASCAR Season
RALEIGH, N.C., Feb. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Golden Corral is back on board with Tommy Baldwin Racing (TBR) as the primary sponsor on the No.36 Chevrolet at four superspeedway races in 2013 including Sunday's Daytona 500. The Golden Corral No. 36 Chevrolet is driven by J.J. Yeley and prominently features the popular "Top 10 Kids Eat Free" promotion on the car's rear panel.
Each time the No. 36 Golden Corral Chevrolet finishes in the top 10 this season, Golden Corral will offer a one day "Kids Eat Free" promotion called "J.J.'s Mondays" on the Monday immediately following the top-10 race finish.
Details of the "J.J.'s Mondays" deal are:
Free kids buffet with an adult buffet purchase at regular price
Limit of two (2) free kids meals per adult buffet purchased.
"It's great to have Golden Corral as the primary sponsor on the No. 36 Chevrolet and there's definitely an added incentive to be racing for a Top 10 finish so that kids across the country can eat free at Golden Corral on Monday," said J.J. Yeley.
"We are pleased to be back at four superspeedway races with the No. 36 team. We're pulling for some top 10 finishes so that we can share our Top 10 Kids Eat Free promotion with race fans," said Shelley Wolford, Vice President of National Marketing and Media at Golden Corral.
About Golden Corral Restaurant Corporation Golden Corral Restaurant Corporation, based in Raleigh, NC is the franchisor of the Golden Corral restaurant system, which consists of more than 490 restaurants nationwide. Founded in 1973, Golden Corral specializes in offering unmatched quality, variety and value to its dining guests in a comfortable & casual buffet setting at an everyday affordable price.
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