Bubbakoos Gives Free Burrito to Kids Who Want to Read it to Eat It

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Wall Township, NJ, November 1, 2019 – Bubbakoo’s Burritos, a national chain of Mexican-fusion restaurants, introduces a new, brand-based program to benefit local communities surrounding store locations. Bubbakoo’s provides a way of giving back to the community in alignment with a good cause. The ‘Read It To Eat It Project’ offers Free Student Meals in exchange of continuing education.


The objective of this program is to uphold the value of education to a young audience, surrounding schools, and educators. As a well-established company, Bubbakoo’s Burritos wishes to add praise to school-related accomplishments and continuous growth in knowledge, literacy and overall learning. This initiative promotes education among all ages and grade levels, across a variety of school-related subjects. The Bubbakoo’s Burritos brand was built by their community involvement in partnership with local schools, and their commitment to the development of the markets served.


The Read It To Eat It Project will be comprised of two print marketing materials given to schools. The ‘Book List Card,’ displays five lines for hand-written book titles upon completion. Once five books are read, the teacher will sign the post card providing verification. The student will then receive a ‘Free Student Meal Card’ which will be attached to the Book List Card. Students will then bring in the cards for a Free Student Meal.

“We’re excited to inspire reading among children,” says Bubbakoo’s Burritos Co-Founder, Bill Hart. It feels great to make a positive shift in the community, and delicious food has the power to be a great incentive. We are so excited to introduce this program while also encouraging continued learning.”

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Beginning November 4th, 2019, the Read It To Eat It Project will be redeemable at Bubbakoo’s Burritos restaurants. Please visit https://www.bubbakoos.com/readitoeatit to learn more about the program and for schools to sign up.


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