Beef 'O' Bradys Press Room
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FSR - Beef ‘O’ Brady’s, like others in the restaurant industry, is wading through an unprecedented macroeconomic environment. In response, the 142-unit sports bar is firing back with some unprecedented numbers of its own.
Lubbock Avalanche-Journal - A fundraiser will be held on Saturday, June 11, at 5510 4th Street, Suite 280 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For $10, individuals can receive a burger, bag of chips and beer or soda. 100% of the money raised will be sent back to the families in Uvalde.
KLBK-TV - Beef ‘O’ Brady’s has the sports bar atmosphere you could expect. You can go with family and friends and enjoy a good drink, appetizer or meal! Even though there is a Chicken shortage, they still manage to keep chicken on the menu and cater to all their guest. They have so many specials, especially on Sundays.
WCYB (NBC Affiliate) - Beef O'Brady's in Johnson City will show the big game on big screens throughout the restaurant. The menu includes plenty of game day favorites including chicken wings, burgers, salads and nachos.
The Lakeland Ledger - On Sunday August 22, Don Bosko, owner of Lakeland's Beef 'O' Brady's, will celebrate his restaurant's 30th anniversary.
Restaurant Dive - Amid an ongoing labor shortage, major restaurant brands are experimenting with mass hiring events, bonuses, pay raises and streamlined application processes to attract much-needed employees.
WJHG-TV (NBC Affiliate) - Businesses all over the country have been dishing out freebies and bonuses trying to encourage employees to get their COVID-19 vaccine.
Daily Journal - Beef ‘O’ Brady’s restaurant in Bourbonnais has withstood a couple shutdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic. So, as the idea of dining in slowly is trending back to normal, Beef ‘O’ Brady’s is offering its employees an incentive to stay safe.
WCYB (NBC Affiliate) - As COVID-19 vaccine supply expands, some local companies are using incentives to urge employees to get vaccinated.
Adweek - It's a costly incentive, but the marketing benefits are apparently worth it. Among the most valuable rules that any restaurant-chain executive can attest to is this one: If you’re looking for a good idea, ask your franchisees.
WFTV (ABC Affiliate) - In the race to fight COVID-19, some companies are offering incentives for people to get vaccinated.
KAMC-TV (ABC Affiliate) - As the race to get vaccinated continues, more companies have started offering monetary incentives for their employees to get the shot. Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Lubbock is among the latest to do so.
News Herald - From April 1 until Dec. 31, employees of the Beef 'O' Brady's on Hutchison Boulevard can collect $100 gift cards to Walmart, Target or Amazon for receiving the vaccine, according to Allen Cotton, franchise owner of the location.
Franchise Times - When FSC Franchise Co., parent company of Beef ‘O’ Brady’s, saw the success their franchisee Chris Overbeck had after implementing a $100 cash incentive to employees who received a COVID-19 vaccine, it decided to roll out a systemwide program.
WAVE (NBC Affiliate) - As more people become eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine, some local businesses are getting creative when it comes to encouraging employees to sign up for one. From gift cards to extra time off, many business leaders hope the additional motivation will help WAVE Country get back to normal.
Restaurant Business - The brands’ franchisor will reimburse franchisees who opt to pay the incentive.
The Wall Street Journal - U.S. hiring surged in March as the economic recovery accelerated, the start of what economists say could be a sustained run of job growth to industries, regions and workers hardest hit during the pandemic.
The Suncoast News - Chris Overbeck, owner of the Beef O’Brady’s on State Road 52 in Hudson, is offering a hundred bucks to each of his 20 employees if they’ll take the COVID-19 vaccine.
Creative Loafing Tampa - A Beef O'Brady's in Hudson could potentially become the most vaccinated restaurant in Tampa Bay. Chris Overbeck, franchisee of a Pasco County Beefs located at 14851 SR-52, is offering his employees $100 each if they agree to get the coronavirus vaccine.
WTSP-TV (CBS Affiliate) - The business joins Target, Trader Joe's, Petco, Publix, and others in offering an incentive to get the vaccine.