|Huddle House holds tenth anniversary celebration|
|Written by Chris Case|
|Wednesday, 03 October 2012 16:34|
Huddle House celebrated 10 years of success as a restaurant in Cuba last week with a slate of specials and giveaways that culminated on Saturday with Customer Appreciation Day.
The restaurant, owned by Don & Madeline Britton and Kevin & Angie Britton, held a week-long celebration of its customers, with daily specials, including Free Coffee Day, Quarter Waffle Day, discounts for senior citizens, and more. It was all part of what Jeremy Lee, Huddle House Field Marketing Director, describes as giving something back to the town.
“We have really tried to encourage our stores to engage with their customers with these types of events,” said Lee. “It’s a way for us to give back to communities that have made us a success. I know that Angie has been planning her Customer Appreciation Week for a very long time, and I think it’s great for Huddle House to say ‘thank you’ to our customers, because we do appreciate them very much.”
Saturday’s all-day party at Huddle House include a bounce house for kids, face painting provided by the Cuba High School art department, and numerous giveaways, such as coffee mugs, travel mugs, T-shirts, hats, gift baskets, and three grand prizes of free Huddle House meals for an entire year.
“We are very proud to have Huddle House be a part of the community for 10 years,” said Angie Britton on behalf of the ownership group. “We serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner all day long, and if you haven’t been in recently, our menu has lots of great new additions. We’re also happy and proud to be a sponsor of the Cuba Wildcats.”
Huddle House is open seven days a week and is now on its winter hours, open daily from 6 a.m. to midnight and 24 hours on Fridays and Saturdays. Other menu specials are planned for the month of October as the 10th anniversary celebration continues.