Oceanside CA – Having recently hosted its most successful CoastFest celebration to date, Rubio’s Restaurants®, the San Diego-based brand known for popularizing the fish taco, is continuing its efforts to be a friend of the ocean with its 5th annual ‘World Oceans Day’ reusable tote bag giveaway. Kicking off June 6 and running through June 8, ‘World Oceans Day’, Rubio’s is inviting fans, friends and ocean enthusiasts to help reduce the amount of plastic that ends up in the ocean by coming in restaurant to receive a complimentary, specially designed reusable tote bag. Starting today, coupons for the free tote can be downloaded on Rubio’s website: http://rubios.com/WorldOceansDay. Bring your coupon in to any location throughout Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada and Utah to receive a tote – no purchase necessary.
Since its first official World Oceans Day celebration five years ago, Rubio’s has given away more than 60,000 free reusable tote bags. In addition to its World Oceans Day tote bag giveaway, Rubio’s also supports ocean conservation in its restaurants by offering a menu of craveable dishes that feature sustainable seafood, recycling plastic and glass bottles where possible, using reusable dishware and providing guests with compostable takeout containers.
“At Rubio’s, we have counted the ocean as a source of inspiration since we first opened 31 years ago,” said Ralph Rubio, founder of Rubio’s. “Because of this inspiration, we are passionate about being deeply committed to ocean health and encourage our guests to be a friend to the ocean through events like our annual CoastFest and our reusable tote bag giveaway. We look forward to celebrating World Oceans Day and hope to see our guests in our restaurants this weekend.”
To get your specially designed complimentary World Oceans Day reusable tote bag from Rubio’s, please download the coupon fromhttp://rubios.com/WorldOceansDay and bring it to any Rubio’s location June 6-8.
For more information on Rubio’s commitment to being a friend to the ocean or its ocean conservation initiatives, please visithttp://rubios.com/WorldOceansDay. Stay up-to-date on events and celebrations by visiting Rubio’s website [Link] or you can join the conversation on Facebook at http://facebook.com/rubios and Twitter at http://twitter.com/rubiostweets.