FATZintroduces the next phase of its kids meal program, through a partnership with U.S. Space and Rocket Center/Space Camp, also known as Earth’s largest space museum, showcasing rockets, achievements and artifacts of the U.S. space program. The “Out of this World Fun” activity book is a way to bring families together at the dinner table with fun and learning.
Featuring multiple games that focus on planets, constellations, aviation and more, the “Out of This World Fun” activity book has something for all children under 12. The excitement continues with an opportunity for kids to enter to win their very own flight suit or a collector’s book about the Apollo 11 Mission. FATZ has been partnering with Just 4 Fun Kids & Family Marketing, where they are handling the sweepstakes contests for the kids program and design implementation of the activity book. The menu provides a variety of healthy options from Grilled Chicken Sandwiches and Steamed Seasonal Veggies to delicious Grilled Salmon and Sugar Free Chocolate Mousse.
“FATZ is excited to partner with the U.S. Space and Rocket Center/Space Camp and provide families quality, healthy food and time to reconnect while still learning with the ‘Out of This World Fun’ activity book,” said Stephen Loftis, V.P. of Marketing for Café Enterprises. “Bringing education to the dinner table gives parents a reason to feel good about taking their family out to eat.”
The FATZ Kids Program is a concerted effort not only for the restaurants, but also through social media and the FATZ’s kids page at FATZ.com/kids.
Additionally, FATZ makes it a priority to engage with local communities to further support the long-standing Gold Star Program, which provides deserving children rewards for scholastic achievements in the classroom.
FATZ® started with humble beginnings in 1988 in Spartanburg, S.C., and spread from one peach shed to a sensation across the Southeast with its varied, reasonably priced menu, ample portions of quality food and upbeat service in a comfortable atmosphere. Today, FATZ® still believes in the same ideals that originated in that fruit stand 24 years ago and strives to deliver warm, friendly service with housemade, quality ingredients to create a “home away from home” for every guest that walks through the door.For more information about FATZ®, please visit www.FATZ.com and become a Facebook fan at www.facebook.com/FATZ.
The first FATZ opened in a converted peach shed in Spartanburg, S.C., in November 1988, and now has 49 restaurants throughout the Carolinas, Georgia, Tennessee and Virginia. FATZ a subsidiary of Cafe Enterprises, Inc., ranked No. 34 in the 2010 South Carolina100 list of the state’s largest privately owned companies by South Carolina Business, has also been named one of the nation’s top 400 restaurant concepts by Restaurants & Institutions magazine for the past seven years, most recently ranking No. 245. In 2008, Chain Leader magazine included FATZ in its “Top 50 Chains Under 50 Units.” For more information, visit www.FATZ.com.
Visitors to the U.S. Space & Rocket Center experience Huntsville’s role in the making of the moon rocket, the space race, the Apollo missions, learn about the Space Shuttle program, the International Space Station and NASA’s future missions. Visitors may trace the evolution of humankind’s ventures into space and watch as tomorrow’s potential engineers, scientists and astronauts train in one of the Space Camp or Aviation Challenge Programs. The USSRC, NASA’s first visitor center, opened in 1970 and has served over 12 million visitors to date.