Teachers Eat Free at Salata May 3 – 5
Teachers eat free salad or wrap in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week. Teachers are compassionate, empathetic and inspirational. They shape the minds of those they teach, which is why Salata is taking a moment to say thank you for all of their important work.
During Teacher Appreciation Week – Wednesday, May 3 through Friday, May 5 – Salata is honoring teachers and school faculty by providing them with a free salad or wrap from 3-6 p.m.
“Teaching is one of the most important, yet underappreciated professions, and we must never take for granted those who dedicate their lives to the education of our children,” said Berge Simonian, Founder & CEO of Salata. “My team and I are looking forward to showing our appreciation to these wonderful men and women the best way we know how – with a free meal and a genuine word of thanks.”
This special offer* is open to educators with an official identification badge issued by any local elementary/middle/high school, public or private, including teachers, teachers’ aids and administrators. Educators must present valid school ID – with photo, name of school and current school year – to receive their free meal.
*Offer is valid for one salad or wrap per ID badge 5/3/17 through 5/5/2017 from 3-6 p.m. Drink not included. May not be combined with any other coupon, discount or promotion. Participating locations only.
Salata is renowned for its healthy, fresh and simple menu. The vegetables and fruits are chopped daily and the protein selection is fresh and lean. All of the dressings, soups and sauces are house-made and gluten-free.
For more information, please visit salata.com.
Salata: Eat Good, Look Good, Feel Good.
Founded in 2005, Houston-based Salata is a fast-growing salad chain with more than 50 corporate-owned and franchise locations in Texas, Illinois and Southern California. Serving fully customizable salad and salad wraps made from a selection of more than 50 fresh, pure ingredients, Salata is the only salad concept that is gluten-free certified and completely customizable. Guests choose from an array of lettuces, vegetables, fruits, cheeses, seeds, nuts, chicken, seafood and vegan proteins, and all of Salata’s dressings, soups and sauces are house-made and preservative-free. Freshly made soups, breads, desserts and signature teas and lemonades round out the menu. Ranked among the fastest-growing small chains in the U.S. by Restaurant Business, Salata plans to open 30 additional restaurants in 2017 in multiple markets, including Florida, Georgia and Oklahoma. For more information, visit salata.com or facebook.com/salatasalads.