Teachers: This Tex-Mex Chain Loves You And Wants You To Eat For Free
Listen up, teachers. You spend countless hours grading papers, drafting lesson plans and generally putting up with our society’s very energetic and strong-willed children.
At the very least, you deserve some free Mexican food.
Tijuana Flats has your back. The casual Tex-Mex restaurant chain announced on its Facebook page that Wednesday, Dec. 28 is Teacher Hero Day at all 120 locations, which are mostly in the southeastern U.S.
“All teachers enjoy a free entree on us,” it said.
So, teachers, as you’re still savoring the sweet, sweet freedom of your winter holiday break, it’s time for a pop quiz: Do you want burritos, enchiladas or quesadillas? Tacos, perhaps? Chimichangas?
What you’ll need is a teacher ID or pay stub showing proof of employment with a school system. Home-school teachers, teacher’s aides and preschool teachers can get in on the deal as well.
Tijuana Flats has locations throughout Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, and Indiana.
Your Turn: Who was your favorite teacher? Let us know in the comments below.
Mike Brassfield (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a senior writer at The Penny Hoarder. Like the superhero Deadpool, he prefers chimichangas.