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Eat'n Park Restaurants Introduce E-Gift Cards

Just in time for the holidays, Eat'n Park Restaurants are introducing E-Gift Cards.The cards, available in any amount between $5 and $500, enable shoppers to personalize their gift with a customized message, photo, and an audio recording of up to 20 seconds.

Carnegie Mellon, Eat’n Park Team Up Against Obesity

With obesity rates on the rise, the Carnegie Mellon University School of Design's Fitwits project and Pittsburgh-based Eat'n Park Restaurants are joining forces to help fight the epidemic.Fitwits is a fun, hands-on program designed to inform kids and families about healthy eating and active living.