--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Max & Erma’s:
Midpark High School Band; local dignitaries and business leaders, including representatives of the Middleburg Heights Chamber of Commerce, Mayor’s office and fire department; and Max & Erma’s associates and management, including President Steve Weis.
|What:||Rededication and reopening, following a major makeover. This is the first of three Northeast Ohio Max & Erma’s to be remodeled.|
|When:||Thursday, February 21, 6:00 p.m.|
|Band members will play as a ribbon of Erma’s famous cookies will be cut, followed by a VIP reception|
|***MEDIA ARE INVITED TO STAY FOR THE RECEPTION***|
|Where:||7085 Engle Rd. Middleburg Heights|
The restaurant was given a complete, inside-and-outside makeover that represents a significant investment in the local community. Area diners will enjoy Max & Erma’s fun, all-new look. But don’t worry—guests who love the admittedly kitschy décor that made Max & Erma’s famous won’t be disappointed. While the restaurant has been updated, there’s still plenty of fun memorabilia adorning the place.
The Akron restaurant is scheduled to be given a makeover this summer, with the Mentor location to be remodeled this fall.
Also on Feb. 21, Max & Erma’s in Middleburg Heights is holding a FUNdraiser for the Midpark High School Band. Supporters are asked to present their server with a FUNdrasier flyer. Max & Erma’s will donate 20 percent of the supporters’ purchases to the school. In addition, Max & Erma’s is making a donation to the city’s smoke detector program.
Celebrating its 40-year heritage, Columbus-based Max & Erma’s—home to America’s Best Cheeseburger—has embarked on an extensive system-wide program to reignite growth. With innovative new gourmet burgers and other new food and drink items, an all-new look and the launch of Free Cookies Wednesday, Max & Erma’s is an increasingly popular neighborhood gathering spot. More information is available at http://pressroom.maxandermas.com/.