If you’re in the mood for Chipotle later this week, we’ve got a deal for you.
When you wear a hockey jersey to your local Chipotle on March 2, you can get BOGO burritos, bowls, salads or tacos!
Make sure to visit between 10:45 a.m. and 10 p.m. to take advantage of this deal, which is in celebration of USA Hockey’s Hockey Weekend Across America.
See below for more information from the Chipotle Facebook page.
This deal is limited to one per customer, so grab a friend and go get your BOGO burritos!
Hockey Week Across America takes place March 2-4, and this is the event’s 11th year running. As part of the event, young hockey officials (think referees) will get to attend a professional hockey game and chat with the real officials in the locker room before the game starts.
The young refs can ask questions and “learn what it takes to work the highest levels of our game,” according to the USA Hockey website.
Chipotle Will Pay Employees To Go To School
Looking for yet another reason to love Chipotle? The fast-casual chain is now paying for its employees to go to school, so if you’re looking for a job with a sweet perk, you might want to consider chipotle.
The burrito giant will help any of its employees earn a business degree in as little as 18 months—and help pay for it, too.
Chipotle and Bellevue University have joined forces to offer Chipotle employees a path to a bachelor’s degree.
Each employee who pursues the degree will have options specially tailored to their needs, and prior credits as well as on-the-job training will go towards the degree.
Bellevue is teaming up with Chipotle to develop a curriculum that combines academic basics with real lessons from the industry, including employee training that comes from the restaurant’s internal training.
Chipotle said students who enroll can receive up to $5,250 in tuition aid.
The program will also offer other benefits, including what the company calls a “personal success coach,” put in place to help assist with program enrollment and applying for federal financial aid.
“This degree enables our employees to apply what they learn in the classroom to their work at Chipotle and vice versa,” said Chipotle CEO Steve Ellis. “Employees will gain a solid understanding of business operations including people development, marketing, and decision making.”
One of the biggest challenges to going back to school (or getting a degree at all) is balancing work and academics. The Chipotle program is designed to take into account employees’ schedules, and the accelerated 18-month option means students can start cashing in on their new bachelor’s degrees ASAP.
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