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A little over a year ago, global industries came to a standstill. It’s since been a challenging time for everyone, and our customers were some of the hardest hit by the economic fallout. We’re proud to have stood by them this entire time, and we want to celebrate this partnership on May the Fourth.

Celebrate & Support Local Eateries

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May the Fourth

Alternatively known as Star Wars Day, this year May the Fourth will be a testament to the enduring value restaurants provide our communities. As such, we are encouraging Fourth employees across the world to support local eateries however they safely can — whether that’s sit-down, takeout, or delivery.
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#MayTheFourth

If you’d like to join us, simply order food from your local favorite, snap a pic, and submit to social media while tagging us and using the hashtag #MayTheFourth. Fourth stands with our customers, and you can show your support too through this small gesture of solidarity.

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