Restaurant supply store creates Lubbock restaurant bingo

Restaurant supply store creates Lubbock restaurant bingo
Now We Taco'N, in the 1000 block of North University Avenue, posted a sign on its door after a social distancing order was issued in Lubbock that barred dining inside restaurants. (Source: Michael Cantu, KCBD)

LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - Small businesses, mainly local restaurants, still cannot allow customers to dine in. However, that has not stopped a lot of them from offering curbside and carry-out services.

Because of this, local business, Big Plate Restaurant Supply has put together a game for locals to play that offers both incentives for customers and businesses.

The game is simple – connect six of the restaurants on its bingo sheet provided and you get a bingo.

Customers have until April 30 to make a minimum purchase of $5 and visit at least six of the locally owned restaurants on the bingo sheet.

Customers are to submit photos and, or copies of receipts to matt@bigplatesupply.com by May 1 to enter themselves into a drawing for $50 gift cards to a local restaurant. There will be multiple winners of the $50 gift cards, Big Plate says.

However, the first person to blackout the bingo card and submit it to Big Plate automatically wins a $100 gift card.

Big Plate Restaurant Supply has created a Lubbock restaurant bingo game
Big Plate Restaurant Supply has created a Lubbock restaurant bingo game (Source: Big Plate Restaurant Supply)

Dine-in options throughout Lubbock have been barred until at least April 30 because of multiple disaster declarations and a stay-at-home order. This is a way to encourage social distancing and get people to avoid public gatherings throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

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