(PHOENIX – July 17, 2019) –PDQ Arizona’s Paradise Valley and Tempe locations are celebrating National Chicken Tender Day by giving away three free chicken tenders with any purchase. The celebration will take place on Saturday, July 27, 2019 and is available to all patrons that mention they are celebrating National Chicken Tender Day.
“We celebrate National Chicken Tender Day on July 27 every year because someone decided to create a faux holiday focused on chicken tenders,” said PDQ Operating Director Kristy Haase. “We’re glad they did because it gives everyone the opportunity to come in and find out for themselves why we believe our tenders are the best in the Valley.”
Want to keep the celebration going? Join the PDQ Fan Club and receive an offer valid for a Buy One, Get One Free Tender Meals to be used on a future visit. Being a member of the PDQ Fan Club means tasty perks all year long including one free offer every month and a free meal on the fan’s birthday.
PDQ Celebrates National Chicken Tender Day by Giving Away Free Chicken Tenders
PDQ Tempe: 8905 S. Harl Avenue Tempe, AZ 85284
PDQ Paradise Valley: 4514 E Cactus Road Phoenix, AZ 85032
July 27, 2019
10:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
About PDQ Arizona
Award-winning PDQ - short for "People Dedicated to Quality” - offers chef-driven recipes and mindful ingredients typically found in a fine casual restaurant with the value, speed and convenience of the fast food and fast casual segment. PDQ Arizona’s Tempe location opened in January 2019. John Hyland serves as the operating director for that location. PDQ also has a restaurant in Phoenix, located adjacent to Paradise Valley Mall, near Cactus and Tatum Blvd. Kristy Haase serves as operating director.
About PDQ National
Founded in 2011, award-winning PDQ - short for "People Dedicated to Quality” - offers chef-driven recipes and mindful ingredients typically found in a fine casual restaurant with the value, speed and convenience of the fast food and fast casual segment. Outback Steakhouse co-founder Bob Basham and MVP Holdings CEO Nick Reader are the two principal owners of PDQ. The partners spent more than two years developing the concept behind the brand, focused on quality of the food and people. Beloved throughout the Southeast and now beyond for its hand-breaded chicken tenders and homemade signature sauces, PDQ also crafts delicious sandwiches, salads and hand-spun milkshakes fresh in store, every day. PDQ is committed to creating deep roots in its local communities and has given nearly $6 million in dollars and in-kind donations to local charities, schools, and organizations since its inception. On October 30, 2011, the original PDQ restaurant opened its doors in Tampa (FL) and the concept now has 65 locations throughout Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas and Utah. PDQ is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week with dine-in seating and a drive-thru, and catering is available for events. For more information, visit www.eatPDQ.com.