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Squeeze In Redwood City Grand Opening To Benefit Local Charities

Redwood City Squeeze In managing partners Rickey and Amanda Martinez with baby Savannah.

“We like to have our first day in business be about giving back,” said Squeeze In President, Shila Morris. “We chose these two foundations as we’re a family business and we love children."

Squeeze In, home of the Best Omelettes On The Planet®, will grand open for business on Monday, March 30th, 2015 at 7am. The popular restaurant is located at 3710 Florence Street in the Marsh Manor Shopping Center.

Proceeds from the grand opening will benefit the Redwood City Education Foundation and Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation. “We like to have our first day in business be about giving back,” said Squeeze In President, Shila Morris. “We chose these two foundations as we’re a family business and we love children. The Squeeze In already supports over 400 causes and organizations every single year. We look forward to expanding our opportunity to serve the non profit communities of the Bay Area with our charitable giving,” Morris added.

A family business since 1974, currently with four locations throughout northern Nevada and in Truckee, California, the Redwood City location is the first with additional investors. Squeeze In Marsh Manor, LLC, investment group partners include Robin and David Soran, and Nikki and Morgan McCarroll, along with family, Misty and Gary Young and daughter and son in law, Shila and Chad Morris. Managing partners, and Young/Morris family members, Rickey and Amanda Martinez will run the day-to-day operations of the fifth company owned location.

“We’ve been inundated with guest inquiries since we posted our 'Coming Soon' signage for the restaurant back in July,” said company president, Shila Morris. “Our guest base runs deep with well over 5,000 members of the Squeeze In EggHead Breakfast Club already living in the immediate vicinity of the new restaurant. There’s a longstanding relationship between the Bay Area and Truckee where our original location has been since 1974. We did our homework and knew this location would be ideal from the moment we first toured it.” Morris added.

Redwood City Squeeze by the numbers:

  • 15 new associates have been employed by the Squeeze In Redwood City
  • Approximately 2,156 square feet
  • Seating for 80 guests inside the restaurant
  • Patio with seating for 20 guests

Squeeze In features dozens of unique omelette combinations, even drawing attention from celebrity chef, Bobby Flay, who featured the company on The Food Network’s Throwdown with Bobby Flay! The company is regularly voted Best Breakfast in the Truckee, California and Reno and Sparks, Nevada regions where its original locations exist and has been featured in The New York Times twice, Fox Business News twice, The San Francisco Chronicle and many other Bay Area and California media.

The restaurant will be open daily from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Follow Squeeze In on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and YouTube and join the EggHead Breakfast Club to receive Squeeze In special offers and promotions.

About Squeeze In
With 5 locations in Truckee, California, Reno (2), Sparks, Nevada and Redwood City, California, the Squeeze In serves the Best Omelettes On The Planet ® as well as eggs benedict, celebrity chef inspired French toast, pancakes, breakfast burritos, and a wide assortment of unique sandwiches, salads, burgers, burritos and homemade soups. The Squeeze In also serves a wide variety of gluten free, vegetarian and vegan menu items. For more information, visit

Corporate Contact:
Misty Young
Squeeze In

Local Contact:
Rickey Martinez
Squeeze In

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