If you haven’t guessed by now, I have a thing for tea. It is about the only thing I drink besides water, and I love trying new varieties, flavors and mixes.
Imagine my surprise to learn that there is actually a “Free Tea Day” at McAlister’s Deli. Yes, there really is. It is Thursday, July 25 and I think it was invented just for me.
McAlister’s Deli, a leading fast casual restaurant, has announced its “Sweet Summer Sweepstakes” to celebrate and reward its guests. Every day in July, McAlister’s is giving away a $100 gift card as it counts down to Free Tea Day on July 25 when it will announce the winner of the Grand Prize, which is free tea every week for a year and a Sweet Summer Bash. The summer bash includes an event catered by McAlister’s and includes games, music and giveaways for the winner and 50 friends. If you have never eaten at McAlister’s, let me tell you, it is yummy.
From July 1-25, 2013, guests can visit McAlister’s Facebook page at Facebook.com/teafreaks or its website at McAlistersDeli.com/summersweepstakes and enter for a chance to win the grand prize. Entrants will also automatically be entered into a daily drawing for a $100 McAlisters Deli gift card that can be used at any of its more than 315 locations around the United States.
“McAlister’s Famous Sweet Tea is such a large part of our brand’s heritage that we wanted to celebrate our 5th annual ‘Free Tea Day’ in a big way,” said McAlister’s President and CEO Frank Paci. “Guests look forward to ‘Free Tea Day’ every summer and, to thank them for their support, we are awarding one lucky person with our tea and an unforgettable summer party.”
Founded in 1989, McAlister’s Deli is a fast casual restaurant chain known for its sandwiches, soups, salads, desserts and famous sweet tea. In addition to its dine-in and take-out service, it also offers catering with a selection of sandwich trays, box lunches and more.
McAlister’s has been recognized as the top chain in the fast casual industry for food and beverage, and as one of consumers’ Top Five Favorite Chains in the country.
Good luck and have a glass of tea for me.