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Social Media Wrap Up of the Week: Stellarossa pledges support for Project Pink; Chidos Mexican Grill gives away free burritos; Chatime updates its website

Find out what QSRs have been up to on social media this week.

BRAND AND STORE UPDATES

Rosie's Chicken opened a takeaway store at Buff Point on the NSW, Central Coast.

Stellarossa is turning pink in support of PA Research Foundation Project Pink. Customers who donate can enter the draw to win free Stellarossa Coffee for a year.

Zaraffa’s Coffee unveiled the new Maple Mocha, a mix of espresso and choc fudge infused with a hint of maple syrup.

Maries Pizza invited its customers to try its new pizzas, including The Maries Chicken n’ Avo Ranch, The Maries Hot Mumma, The Maries Chimichurri Chicken, The Maries New Veggie Delite, The Maries New Mega Meat XXX and The Maries Waikiki Deluxe.

‎Gelato Messina brought Filipino food to its menu with Messina Eats Hoy Pinoy 2.0.

Sushi Hub held sushi demonstrations and food tasting at its Westfield Hurstville store in NSW in celebration of International Sushi Day.

Zambrero introduced its Yin & Yang black and white rice meal, as part of the brand’s Z-Rated Menu.

Chatime Australia announced that it is shaking up its website.

Doughnut Time brought back its ‘MEGA sized Doh’. Now available in-stores and for preorder online.

Charlie Lovett unveiled its new Turmeric Latte.

Rozzi's invited its fans to try its new Mediterranean-inspired salad with spicy red onion, roasted pumpkin and diced beets. Available from participating venues.

Vapiano Australia unveiled its new winter menu.

PROMOS

Zarraffa’s Coffee gave its customers the chance to win an $8,000 travel voucher.

Rolld Vietnamese Food gave its customers the chance to win a catering feast online.

Rock Paper Scissors offered a promotion of $5 chicken schnitzel and chips seasoned with chicken salt.

Ferguson Plarre Bakehouses offered a promotion of four Classic Beef Pies for $15. Available for a limited time only.

Sushi Sushi gave its customers a voucher for a free hand roll in celebration of International Sushi Day.

Chidos Mexican Grill invited its customers to get their Free Burritos while they’re available.

Donut King gave its customers free coffee at all its stores for a limited time.

‎Burger Urge invited fans to try its Boston Cheese Burger Eating Competition for their chance to win a free trip to Boston.

Crust Gourmet Pizza Bar held an All You Can Eat Pizza Party to celebrate its third birthday.

 


 

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