Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant is getting into the Valentine’s spirit with the launch of its “Puckett’s Loves Pigeon Forge” campaign on February 1. The month-long promotion will include a “give back” night every Tuesday in support of local nonprofits and a special music event on February 15, while restaurant guests will have daily opportunities to win prizes ranging from gift cards to Puckett’s merchandise and more.
“Puckett’s Loves” has been a favorite program at several of the restaurant’s other Tennessee locations in the past, and the Puckett’s team said it makes perfect sense to introduce the tradition to its newest community.
“Being part of the Smoky Mountain community has been a fantastic experience the last four months,” Sally Flinck, Director of Marketing for A. Marshall Hospitality, said. “We love any opportunity to give back to the people and businesses in Pigeon Forge and Sevier County who have welcomed us and show them what Puckett’s Loves is all about.”
Every Tuesday from February 4 through 25, Puckett’s will donate 10 percent of the day’s sales to a charitable organization. Participating nonprofits include Boys & Girls Club of the Smoky Mountains (February 4), Sevier County Food Ministries (February 11), Isaiah 117 House Sevier County (February 18) and Waldens Creek Volunteer Fire Department (February 25.)
Those who dine at Puckett’s in February will have the opportunity to win prizes randomly stuffed in menus, including $5 and $10 Puckett’s gift cards; Puckett’s coffee mugs, t-shirts and hats; and vouchers for complimentary appetizers and desserts. Guests will also have a chance to win big with “Golden Ticket” prizes redeemable for gift cards ranging from $50 to $100 or $100 off a catering order.
Puckett’s Pigeon Forge will host a special “Hitmakers Presents” show on February 15 from 8:30 to 10:00 p.m. featuring up-and-coming rock-alternative bluegrass artist Monroeville. Puckett’s Hitmakers series is spirited by Old Dominick Distillery, a Memphis, Tenn. brand with a like-minded commitment toward showcasing great local talent. Puckett’s signature cocktails made with the small-batch distillery’s spirits, normally $10, are featured for $8 during Hitmakers shows. The cover for the February 15 show is $12 and tickets can be purchased in advance at eventbrite.com.
The restaurant will also begin a social media contest in February, where guests can post a photo of their Puckett’s breakfast with a Puckett’s mug on Facebook and be entered into a drawing to win a $100 gift card. Puckett’s Pigeon Forge must be tagged in the post with the hashtag #PuckettsBreakast. Visit Puckett’s on Facebook to learn more at facebook.com/puckettspigeonforge.