Columbus, OH (PRWEB) August 14, 2006
GameWorks, (http://www.gameworks.com) the high-tech entertainment, restaurant and bar experience and the Official Watch Party Location for The Ohio State Buckeyes, has partnered with all Central Ohio area Wendy’s (http://www.wendys.com) locations to offer a free 30-minute video game card (regular value $10) to every guest that purchases Wendy’s new Brutus Buckeye Burger combo. The promotion for the official Brutus Buckeye Burger begins August 28th in all Central Ohio area Wendy’s and will be available while supplies last.
As part of the promotion, GameWorks will donate 15 cents from each redeemed coupon to the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, a charitable organization that is increasing the awareness of the more than 150,000 children in North America’s foster care system who have been freed for adoption and are waiting for safe, nurturing and permanent homes. The Foundation also provides critical grant-based resources to local, regional and national programs that, through results-driven and accountable activities, move children from foster care to permanent families and homes.
Wendy’s will also introduce a new Frosty Fix n’ Mix Mini Buckeye Candy topping that will debut in-stores this August.
Wendy's International, Inc.
Wendy's International, Inc. is one of the world's largest restaurant operating and franchising companies with more than 9,900 total restaurants and quality brands, including Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers® and Baja Fresh® Mexican Grill. The Company also has investments in three additional quality brands -- Tim Hortons®, Cafe Express and Pasta Pomodoro®.
GameWorks is the total entertainment experience, consisting of a full-service restaurant, a high-energy bar and interactive games and attractions. Since its first location premiered in 1997, GameWorks has 14 venues throughout the United States. GameWorks is owned by Sega Entertainment USA, Inc.
Ohio State University Athletics
Ohio State’s Athletics program is respected as one of the most comprehensive in all of college athletics and is 36 sports strong -- 16 for men, 17 for women and three coed. The department operates on a budget in excess of $90 million. Each year, Ohio State teams claim numerous Big Ten championships, compete in NCAA tournaments and vie for national titles while producing countless individual conference and national champions, All-America performers and scholar-athletes. Ohio State is recognized across the country as a leader in collegiate athletics. More than 900 student-athletes participated in varsity competition in 2005-06.
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