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Eat 'n Park Celebrates a "Smiley" Birthday

Kids meals this week are only 99 cents—and mascot Smiley will be stopping nearby.

is coming to an end on Friday.

The promotion is capping off the 25th birthday celebration of Smiley, Eat’n Park’s well-known mascot, so in addition to the 99-cent meals, all kids also will receive a free birthday treat bag with stickers, temporary tattoos, a collectible Smiley wristband, and of course, a Smiley cookie.

“We at Eat’n Park treasure our relationships with families and communities,” said Trina DeMarco, community marketing manager. “So we wanted families to share

in the fun of Smiley’s 25th birthday celebration. The specially priced Kids’ Meals and birthday treat bags add to the fun. Kids are loving them.”

The birthday season for Smiley kicked off with a party at the Carnegie Science Center this past Saturday. Fellow mascots showed up to celebrate with Smiley and his friends, including the Pirate Parrot, the Pitt Panther, the Penn State Nittany Lion, Kenny the Kangaroo and several pierogies from the PNC Park Pierogi Races.

Guests were also invited to enjoy birthday cake with the characters and decorate Smiley has been making appearances at local Eat’n Park Restaurants and will continue to do so throughout the summer. He will visit the Eat’n Park on Banksville

To find the complete schedule for Smiley’s visits to Eat’n Park Restaurants, please visit the website here.

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