Today — March 24th — is The Great American Takeout Day!
March 24, 2020
Today (March 24th) is The Great American Takeout Day!
With the recent coronavirus leaving many of America’s restaurants and over 15 million working Americans struggling, restaurants across the country are banning together for one day to encourage Americans to eat at least one takeout, delivery, or pick-up meal!
To help do your part to help the American restaurant industry, we here at Wild American Shrimp recommend ordering wild-caught, American shrimp from your favorite seafood restaurant (list of participating restaurants included below — if you don’t see your favorite: just ask them if they serve wild-caught, American shrimp)!
We will share the attached graphic(s) on our brand social channels; please feel free to share on your personal/business channels as well.
Sample Social Media Messaging:
- America’s restaurants need our help! Join #thegreatamericantakeout on 3/24 and order delivery or takeout to help save our nation’s struggling restaurants.
- I’m committing to eating at least one delivery/takeout meal on 3/24 to help protect our nation’s struggling restaurants. RT if you’re in! (if on IG, “Share this to your story”) #thegreatamericantakeout.
- Get a good meal for a great cause. Join me in eating takeout or delivery on 3/24 to help save our nation’s restaurants! Tell me what you’ll be ordering for #thegreatamericantakeout.
More information here — https://docs.google.com/document/d/11XlcfLnOMB7Zj4rNMIEeR6hcRYlzBgODMQDmmdM1s0M/mobilebasic — and on their website https://thegreatamericantakeout.com!
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