Boston Market is entirely embracing a proxy name change.
Philadelphia-area stores made signs proclaiming they were “Philly Market” rather than “Boston Market” in a days heading adult to Super Bowl LII.
Now that a Philadelphia Eagles are victorious, a sequence is prepared to prerogative fans.
The initial 52 people to uncover adult during participating Boston Markets in a Philadelphia-area on Feb. 6 will accept a giveaway whole rotisserie board. The locations all open during 10:30 a.m., so devise on removing there early.
There will be 11 sum participating “Philly” Markets. Here are a locations:
- 31 Snyder Ave., South Philadelphia
- 3901 Chestnut St., University City
- 3680 Aramingo Ave, Port Richmond
- 4600 City Line Ave., Wynnefield Heights
- 7240 Torresdale Ave., Tacony
- 451 Franklin Mills Circle, Northeast Philadelphia
- 6350 Roosevelt Blvd., Oxford Circle
- 9113 E. Roosevelt Blvd., Northeast Philadelphia
- 385 S. Cedar Crest Blvd., Allentown
- 891 Hurffville Road, Deptford Township, N.J.
- 1201 Nixon Drive, Mt. Laurel, N.J.
This isn’t a initial freebie to be offering to Philadelphia Eagles fans this year. Wawa gave out giveaway coffee on Super Bowl Sunday. Dunkin Donuts also gave out giveaway coffee, since a Birds kick a Patriots. And, of course, Bud Light will be honoring its gamble with Eagles descent tackle Lane Johnson and providing giveaway drink for Eagles fans during a march on Feb. 8.
Boston Market wasn’t a usually Philadelphia entity that undertook a name change. The Museum of a American Revolution temporarily renamed a Patriots Gallery a Eagles Gallery on Jan. 25. The gallery will continue with a proxy name until after Feb. 11. Anyone in Eagles attire will also accept $2 off their acknowledgment sheet during that time.
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