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Thursday, November 5, 2015

Family Night & Kids Nights at Ryan's, HomeTown and Old Country Buffet AND GIVEAWAY Over $100. value

The year is coming to an end, the Holidays are just around the corner. I don't know about you but I think this year just flew by. As it begins to wind down, Oviation Brands is pleased to announce their new promotion, and I'm excited to share it with you all, not only a great new promotion but an awesome sweepstake as well.


Family night and kids nights at Oviation Brands' including Old Country Buffet, Ryans Hometown Buffet and Country Buffet are being ramped up. From November 12th through December 31st, their teaming with the innovative, exciting and newly launched animated series, Thomas Edison’s Secret Labs series, available on Netflix, PBS Stations and Comcast X Finity.


Every Thursday from 5pm - 8pm (excluding holidays) they will be hosting a different science-themed event in the restaurants, from showing the kids how cotton candy is made to why do we dream, and the importance of quiet time before bed. The activities are as followed:






  • November 12 “Why Do Things Float”
  • November 19 “Sweet Dreams/ PJ Party”
  • November 26 Thanksgiving DVD Sweepstakes (Each restaurant will give away a DVD)
  • December 3 Cotton Candy Experiment
  • December 10 Genius Dress Up
  • December 17 What’s Your Bright Idea!
  • December 24/31 Thomas Edison Secret Lab Activity sheet available

    **Note that 100 of our restaurants will also be showcasing episodes of the popular series each Thursday night. Check with your local restaurant for details.

    To celebrate this awesome promotion, Oviation Brands will be running a fabulous sweepstakes featuring, a family of 4 trip to sunny Florida for 5 days and 4 nights. This Sweepstakes prize pack includes round trip air, admission for four to the Edison and Ford winter estates, as well as a $250 Visa gift card for ground transportation and an extensive collection Thomas Edison's secret lab videos.

    The Westin Cape Coral resort at Marina Village boasts a prime waterfront location within prestigious Tarpon Point community overlooking the Gulf of Mexico the Caloosahatchee River and San Jose Carlos Bay.

    The trip is courtesy of Entertainment Marketing group, Ovation Brand and our friends at visitflorida.com.

    So make sure to bring the kiddos in for a great meal, and with it they will get some fun science education.


  • GIVEAWAY TIME


    The Prize: Thomas Edison’s Secret Lab “Genius” Prize Pack, complete with themed, collectible products including a Secret Millionaire’s Club (SMC) “Business in a Box” lemonade stand, a SMC Car Wash and SMC DVD and of course our very own FREE MEAL COUPONS from any of the more than 300 Ovation Brands restaurants. The prize packs are valued at well OVER $100 each!!!!!

    Must be 18, US only, Sorry friends. Winner must return winning e-mail within 48 hours or forfeit. Please give the RC a moment to load. While any one entry will enter you, the more tasks you complete, the higher your chances. Good Luck Everyone!
    a Rafflecopter giveaway
    Disclosure: Sponsor, Not Mom To Grandma, is responsible for prize and shipment thereof. Fb nor any other social networking site are responsible for any part of this giveaway.

    28 comments:

    1. Years ago, my Dad burnt the turkey so we went to a buffet for Thanksgiving. It was delicious.

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    2. I over cooked a turkey one year so when you cut into it, it just fell apart. It was still good enough to eat for our Thanksgiving dinner. But I still get razzed about it from my three brothers.

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    3. I remember my last dinner with my mother at Ryan's restaurant. She had cancer and we always stopped there to eat after seeing her doctor. She was looking out the window at the children playing at a school beside the restaurant and I remember wondering what she was thinking. She has been gone for 13 years and I still think of that visit when I go there to eat, it's now a sweet memory.

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    4. My favorite restaurant is Golden Corral. I just love the family atmosphere and the different choices of meats, fresh veggies and ohhhh so mouth watering desserts!

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    5. I love taking my older grandsons out to eat,they love being out with just me and they are well behaved and actually are old enough to eat a meal and not whine or squirm

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    6. When I first got married we had family over for Thanksgiving and I bake the turkey and forgot to take out the gizzard and it was baked with the paper still on it. Silly me. My mother-n -law found it first and no one found out about it.

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    7. For Thanksgiving we always go to the beach. There is a restaurant there that throws rolls at you. It is my kids FAVORITE place to eat!

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    8. My favorite memories are goin to my grandparents for Thanksgiving and Christmas. They have since passed, but I have fond memories of going over there eating and playing games. I sure do miss that!

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    9. We usually do home cooked meals for the holidays now. However, when I was younger, my own family would do buffets and nice restaurants and i have very found memories of that!

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    10. One thanksgiving my mother had been dealing with very serious health problems and was on painkillers for the first time ever and she made a gorgeous meal, but had accidentally mixed up the salt and the sugar in everything! So, we had a great buffet at the last minute instead. :)

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    11. favorite restaurant memory was when my dad took us all us kids to piazza hut for a birthday present,mind you we were poor growing up and dad hardly went in restaurants ,but he had my sister a birthday party and all family come,it was so special and i seen a side of my dad i never seen before that was over 40 years ago but still makes me smile when i remember what a good dad was

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    12. Wonderful prize pack! We have an Old Country Buffet close by and love it! Going to a buffet is just a great way to solve issues over what to have for dinner!

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    13. My favorite memory is at polish villa. we would always meet my grandpa there for easter. Im living out of state now.:(

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    14. my favorite memory was when when they had whole catfish all u can eat for $7.99

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    15. Our favorite restaurant memory is going to The Squirrel Restaurant with my whole family. Good food and lots of squirrel food and toys on the deck outside the windows for all to enjoy.

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    16. We were eating with my kids at a cafe and an older couple came in and were going over the prices on the menu I was paying for our meal and paid the waiter for theirs as well with extra for dessert . We enjoy giving to help others and it was the best moment in a cafe I had .

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    17. I used to love going over to a relative's house to spend the whole day there playing with cousins when I was young. The only thing I didn't like was the cleanup afterwards.

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    18. I would have to say when we invited a homeless person to eat with us. We learned so much about him

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    19. One of my favorite restaurant memories was when I was a little girl and although my mom didn't have much money she would take us children to this portuguese restaurant and we would share this huge bowl of kale soup and portuguese pops and then we would grab a couple of malasada :) oh this was such a wonderful memory and blessed to have been there..

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    20. One of my favoritememories iss a few years ago. All of my brothers, their spouses, kids and grandkids aall got together. We went to a buffet and had to push 6 tables together. It drove the wait staff nits and we aall laughed the whole time. We were telling storiess about when we were kids andd thee granfkids there thought we were horrible ha!

      ellen beck

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    21. I remember my mother putting money into the jukebox for me at Pizza Hut when I was a little girl a couple years before she passed away. We had a good time and laughed a lot that day :)

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    22. Going out to lunch after every Sunday church service

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    23. When I was growing up, almost a teenager, my parents would take us out on Halloween Night instead of us going out to Trick-or-Treat. Our neighborhood was not the safest at that point. We went to a pizza place every year, it was somewhat like Chuck E. Cheese with the games but I remember it being much cooler!

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    24. Favorite restaurant memory would always be eating sushi at the Love Boat restaurant in Oceanside California. It was mine and my husbands first date since he got back from Afghanistan that year.

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    25. I have nothing for Thankgiving. I really need this, All the food pantries by me already gave away all the Thanksgiving boxes.

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    26. My favorite memories are all I can remember which are getting fewer as I grow older. :)

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    27. My favorite restaurant memory would be when my kids were little we would always have their birthday party at the restaurant my aunt worked at. We would buy an ice cream cake from Dairy Queen big enough for the entire staff :). We always had such a great time.

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    28. I always love going to cut down our Christmas tree! Such a fun day!

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      Jasmine P

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