Wednesday, April 29, 2020

[SPECIAL] Brookfield Properties Introduces New Promotion Where Customers Can "Eat - Win - Win"

Brookfield Properties, owner of several Atlanta area malls (and many more around the country), has begun a special promotion whereby restaurant patrons, a deserving charity and the restaurants being patronized stand to benefit!  Dine & Delight, which the company quietly launched a few days ago,  provides rebates for customers who patronize select restaurants and a donation to Feeding America's COVID-19 Response Fund.  
"We’re giving away $200,000 to support our communities and restaurants!  Order takeout or delivery from one of our qualifying restaurants (listed below) and receive a $20 Reward Card when you spend $50 or more.*  Simply take a photo of your receipt and upload by completing a few easy steps. Visit to get started."

"Plus, join us to support the Feeding America® COVID-19 Response Fund. Share a photo of a meal from one of our restaurants on Instagram using #DineDelightDonate and we’ll donate $10 for every post between April 24 – June 30 up to $100,000." 
Customers wishing to take part in the promotion can order via takeout, delivery or in select cases dine-in from these restaurants:

Cumberland Mall 
Buffalo Wild Wings
The Cheesecake Factory
Jason's Deli (now offering dine-in)
Maggiano's Little Italy (now offering dine-in)
P.F. Chang's
Stoney River (now offering dine-in)

North Point Mall
The Cheesecake Factory

Perimeter Mall 
The Capital Grille (now offering dine-in)
The Cheesecake Factory
Maggiano's Little Italy (now offering dine-in)
Seasons 52 (now offering dine-in)
Shake Shack

Peachtree Mall (Columbus)
Ruby Tuesday

Augusta Mall (Augusta)
The Chop House
P.F. Chang's
Crab Du Jour

Oglethorpe Mall (Savannah)
La Parrilla

The Shoppes at River Crossing (Macon)
Bonefish Grill (now offering dine-in)
Chili's Bar & Grill
La Parrilla
Olive Garden (now offering dine-in)
Smoothie King
Texas Roadhouse
Wild Wing Cafe

Unlike Simon Property Group, who according to an internal memo obtained by CNBC, plans to reopen as many as 49 of their malls and centers between May 1st and 4th, Brookfield is not known to have any similar plans in place with its properties remaining temporarily closed.

A member of the Perimeter Mall management team provided ToNeTo Atlanta the following statement with regard to Brookfield's plans:

"While closely monitoring the new direction from Governor Kemp, we are diligently working on plans to safely reopen our shopping centers. The well-being of our guests, tenants and employees is our highest priority. We will share detailed next steps on our reopening plans and look forward to welcoming our communities back to our shopping centers. Thank you for your understanding and support."

Will you take part in "Dine & Delight" at Brookfield Properties malls and centers?  What is your favorite Dunwoody area restaurant?  Will you be visiting any malls or centers this weekend or do you think it's too soon to do so?

Please share your thoughts below. 

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