Interactive digital promotion gives guests the chance to celebrate Valentine’s Day early
Love is in the air at Roy’s Restaurant giving guests the chance to celebrate Valentine’s Day earlier this year. Now through February 14 guests can send a uniquely designed e-card to as many friends, family and loved ones as possible by visiting www.roysrestaurant.com Recipients simply click on the Roy’s e-card to discover one of three gifts: Complimentary Lobster Potstickers, a Chocolate Soufflé (each with purchase of entrée) or a $50 gift certificate.
“Our Share Some Love promotion allows our guests to share their love of Roy’s during the Valentine’s Day holiday season,” said Roy’s Vice President of Marketing Jason Maloney. “It’s one of the most popular holidays at our locations and we’re always looking for unique ways to celebrate with our entire family of loyal fans.”
The 10 guests who share the most love by sending Roy’s e-cards to their friends will receive $100 off their next visit. Roy’s will continue to Share Some Love on Valentine’s Day by giving each guest who dines at Roy’s a $20 bonus card, valid from February 15 through March 31, 2012.
From February 10-12, Roy’s will showcase a “Couples Menu” for a $89 which includes Pan Seared Crab Cakes and Lobster Pot Stickers served with Romesco Sauce and Togarashi Butter as an appetizer; Petite Filet Mignon and Half Lobster served with Fingerling Potatoes and Thai Basil Béarnaise for the entrée and Roy’s Melting Hot Chocolate Soufflé for dessert.
Please visit www.roysrestaurant.com <http://www.roysrestaurant.com> to find you’re nearest location to experience this special menu at your local Roy’s. Reservations for Valentines Day are available by phone only.
To receive more information or schedule an interview with a Roy’s Chef Partner or representative, contact Blaze PR at (310) 395-5050 or Mandev Khalsa via e-mail at email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> .
In Hawaii, there are two things of equal importance—food and the “aloha” spirit. The blending of these two dynamic principles is how Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion® Cuisine was born. European techniques and Asian cuisine meet Hawaiian hospitality to create a fine dining experience. In 1988, James Beard Award-winner Roy Yamaguchi opened the first Roy’s in Honolulu, Hawaii. Today there are more than 33 Roy’s locations around the world—25 in the continental U.S., six in Hawaii, one in Japan and one in Guam. The restaurant was designed around a unique experience through spacious dining rooms, an expansive lounge and Roy’s signature exhibition kitchen in full view.