Kids Eat Free at Golden Corral Monday, October 24th
TALLADEGA, ALA. (October 24, 2011) – Golden Corral will feed America’s families Monday, October 24th with Dave Blaney’s third-place finish in the Good Sam Club 500 at Talladega Superspeedway. Since the No. 36 Golden Corral Chevrolet finished in the top-10, Golden Corral will offer a one-day “Kids Eat Free” promotion on Monday, October 24th. Details of the offer include:
Golden Corral Racing Team quote:
“The entire TBR team is thrilled to feed America’s families Monday,” explained Blaney. “We have been working hard all year to get that top-10. Talladega was definitely a race we had circled on our calendar since we did so well there in the spring. Thanks to teaming up with Brad Keselowski, we were able to strategize all race and make sure we were there at the end. This is extra special since it is my birthday on Monday. You bet I’ll be at Golden Corral celebrating with all the kids at the Chocolate Wonderfall!”
Tommy Baldwin Racing, Golden Corral and Blaney will compete for America’s families again next weekend at Martinsville Speedway and for the remainder of the 2011 season. For each top-10 finish, Golden Corral will open their doors to America’s families and give kid’s free meals.
About Golden Corral Corporation:
Founded in 1973, privately held Golden Corral Corp. is headquartered in Raleigh, N.C. Golden Corral currently has 485 restaurants in 41 states. The company’s vision is to be the leader in the family restaurant segment by making pleasurable dining affordable for every guest, at every restaurant, every day. Golden Corral restaurants nationwide have long been strong supporters of the U.S. Military and the Disabled American Veterans (DAV). Golden Corral helped raise more than $1,000,000 for the DAV in 2010 as part of its annual “Military Appreciation Monday" initiative. For more information on Golden Corral, visit www.goldencorral.com.
About Tommy Baldwin Racing:
Tommy Baldwin Racing was formed in 2009 by NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Crew Chief Tommy Baldwin. Baldwin utilized a slumping economy to open a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team with a stringent budget. The team competed in two full seasons with multiple drivers behind the wheel of the No. 36 Chevrolet and improved in the standings each year.
Based in Mooresville, N.C., TBR will compete in the full NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule in 2011 with NASCAR veteran Dave Blaney piloting the No. 36 Golden Corral Chevrolet. Looking to improve on-track performance, TBR found success early in the 2011 season with partners Golden Corral, Big Red and Accell Construction. TBR’s driver development program, Heinke-Baldwin Racing, will also compete in various NASCAR series in 2011.