Moms Eat Free at Hooters on Mother’s Day



Moms Eat Free at Hooters on Mother's DayLet the mother of all wing joints pick up your mom’s tab on May 10

Moms Eat Free at Hooters on Mother's DayCallin’ all kiddos in search of the perfect Mother’s Day gift: Hooters invites you to bypass the corny card aisle, skip the bubble bath and let mom escape the ordinary with a free meal at Hooters on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 10.

“Here’s to all those moms who kissed our boo-boos, went out of her way to de-crust our PB&J sandwiches and dropped us off a mile away from the school dance to spare us from being seen with her,” said Andrew Pudduck, vice president of marketing, Hooters. “We’re inviting you to join us in rewarding that one-of-a-kind mama in your life with something equally as awesome as she!”

On Sunday, May 10, mom can choose her preferred entrée, including signature salads, fresh seafood dishes, sandwiches and other delicious options. Of course, mom can always opt for Hooters world-famous traditional and boneless chicken wings with buffalo sauce favorites, ranging in heat from mild to 911, as well as signature sauces and rubs on select Hooters menus, such as teriyaki-style samurai, lemon pepper and chipotle honey.

The Mother’s Day deal includes a complimentary entrée, up to $10.99 value with drink purchase, at any participating Hooters location across the U.S. on Sunday, May 10.

For more information about the Hooters Mother’s Day deal and to find the nearest Hooters location, visit www.hooters.com

Hooters of America, LLC, is the franchisor and operator of over 407 Hooters restaurants in 42 states and 26 countries. Known for its world famous Hooters Style chicken wings, the first Hooters opened its doors in 1983 in Clearwater, Florida. Expectations were so modest at the time that the simple fact the doors opened was deemed worthy of a toast. Since then millions have been liberated from the ordinary at Hooters while enjoying great food, fun and one-of-a-kind hospitality that can only be served up by the Hooters Girls.