Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Roy Rogers Offers Dads Free Breakfast This Father's Day Weekend


From our friends at Roy Rogers Restaurants...

Roy Rogers Restaurants invites families to celebrate Dads this Father’s Day weekend with a winning deal. From Friday, June 16th through Sunday, June 18th, children of all ages can treat their Dad to a free Breakfast Combo (choice of Platter or Sandwich, equal or lesser value) with the purchase of a Breakfast Combo. The promotion will be available during breakfast hours before 10:30 AM on Friday and 11:00 AM on Saturday and Sunday at participating Roy Rogers locations.

Participating restaurants will offer fathers the opportunity to win a 4-pack of tickets to the Washington Valor Arena Football Game on July 22 at the Verizon Center. Roy Rogers is a proud partner of the Valor’s inaugural season.


“For the past few years, Roy Rogers has honored Dads with special Father’s Day weekend promotions,” said Carrie Isabell, Director of Marketing for Roy Rogers® Restaurants. “This year, we will celebrate Dads by starting their special weekend with a free hearty breakfast.”

Roy Rogers offers a hot breakfast menu with a variety of home-style favorites including Biscuit & Sausage Gravy, Western Platter with Creamed Chipped Beef and made-from-scratch Buttermilk Pancakes.

About Roy Rogers Restaurants:
Based in Frederick, Maryland, the Plamondon Companies own and operate 24 Roy Rogers Restaurants and oversee 30 franchise locations in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Roy Rogers Restaurants are known in the industry as the “Triple Threat” - serving USDA choice top round roast beef, hand-breaded, fresh fried chicken and great tasting burgers. Unique to Roy’s is the Fixin’s Bar, featuring a variety of condiments, such as fresh lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, onions, jalapeños and signature sauces. Amenities include drive-thru, flat screen TV and free Wi-Fi. For more on our business, promotions, products and franchise opportunities, visit www.royrogersrestaurants.com and follow us on TwitterFacebook and Instagram.