|By Marketwired .||
|June 11, 2014 03:25 PM EDT||
SALT LAKE CITY, UT -- (Marketwired) -- 06/11/14 -- Soccer fans looking for a fun and festive spot to watch the World Cup are invited to Rodizio Grill the Brazilian Steakhouse at restaurant locations nationwide.
"We are really excited that the World Cup is being held in Brazil," stated Ivan Utrera, Founder and President of Rodizio Grill, native Brazilian, born in São Paulo. "We can't wait to share our culture with the communities in which we're located by providing a fun and exciting place to watch the soccer matches. You can't go wrong with good food and a good atmosphere!"
Guests are encouraged to call their local Rodizio Grill to find viewing party schedules and activities happening during this month-long tournament, which begins June 12.
"We encourage the community to come dressed in their favorite jersey and support their home team," stated Ashlee Hille, National Marketing Director. "Rodizio Grill is a fun and energetic concept that lends itself for celebrations of any kind. Whether it's cheering on your favorite soccer team, celebrating birthdays, anniversaries, or just a fun night out, we want our guests to enjoy a great experience while they engage in our Brazilian culture."
In celebration of Brazil hosting the World Cup games, the restaurant is holding a Trip to Brazil for Two Giveaway. "We've planned an unforgettable trip for two lucky winners to experience the authentic culture from which Rodizio Grill originates," said Hille. The Trip to Brazil includes the following: roundtrip airfare & transfers for two; daily breakfast; 4-night stay in Salvador, Bahia & Historic City Tour; 4-night stay in Rio de Janeiro & Historic City Tour visiting famous Sugarloaf Mountain. Beginning June 12, guests can enter at Rodizio Grill, or by visiting rodiziogrill.com. No purchase necessary.
About Rodizio Grill:
Rodizio is the first authentic Brazilian style steakhouse in the U.S. It was established in 1995. Its all-inclusive menu offers unlimited appetizers, over 30 gourmet salads, and a dozen plus rotisserie grilled meats, served tableside by Brazilian Gauchos. More information can be found by calling 801-567-0500 or by visiting rodiziogrill.com.
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