In honor of Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant’s 1 year anniversary in downtown Columbia, the restaurant is kicking-off “Love Month” with a community-wide scavenger hunt each week in February and special giveaways.
“We’re nearing our first birthday, and have been humbled by the support that’s flowed from the Columbia people,” noted General Manager of Puckett’s Becky Watkins. “The idea is for the ‘Puckett’s Fairy’ to brighten the day of those who continue to do so for us.”
For clues to the scavenger hunt, Facebook will be your guide. Clues will be posted on Puckett’s Columbia Facebook Page and participants will gather clues at select local businesses before submitting the final answers at Puckett’s.
Participants include: Children’s Museum, Curiosity Books, Mule Town Coffee, Pie Sensations, Ted’s Sporting Goods, Variety Records, and Wall Candy, among others.
“Our hope is that by sending our friends and customers to these local shops and store, they’ll discover a local treasure they’d never been to before,” stated Watkins. “These businesses are valuable participants in the community, and we want to spread the love.”
The first individual to provide the correct set of clues each week will claim a substantial Puckett’s gift card and bragging rights for the rest of the year.
And there’s more….patrons of the restaurant may get an extra surprise when they crack open their menu this February–lucky diners could stumble across menu prizes that Puckett’s is inserting in select menus. Items will include gift cards, complimentary food, free cover for weekend performances, and plenty of Puckett’s swag.
Watkins says it’s a way to thank their customers for supporting Puckett’s over the past 11 months.
Local government employees, as well as individuals employed at First Farmers, General Motors, Tennessee Farm Bureau, will also have something to cheer about: Puckett’s is providing a 10% discount for the aforementioned businesses during select weeks in February.
Puckett’s Owner Andy Marshall says that the restaurant’s efforts are about giving back to a place that has given much.
“This is about thanking other employers and employees who make a difference in the Maury County,” said Puckett’s Owner Andy Marshall. “These individuals are part of the community’s culture, and they should be celebrated.”