Grab “brekky on the go” at Raine Square!

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Last time it was lunch, and now every weekday between the 27th October until the 21st November, Raine Square is giving workers in the Perth CBD the answer to their breakfast needs. “Brekky on the Go” – the new morning campaign from Raine Square – provides quick, easy and cheap meals for Perth’s busy CBD workers.

According to a Lifehacker poll, 44% of Australian’s eat breakfast in the office every day, with more and more Australians choosing to get to work early to avoid the peak hour traffic rather than sitting down to a morning meal. With statistics showing one-fifth of Australians work more than 50 hours per week Raine Square has decided to provide CBD workers with a fast, efficient breakfast serving to ensure they don’t neglect what is known as ‘the most important meal of the day’ in an effort to get their work done due to longer working hours.

Raine Square Marketing Manager Andrew Wilkinson explains, “Raine Square sees thousands of CBD workers through it’s doors each week, with many looking for quick breakfast meals that they can take away to eat at their desk or on the go. Each weekday morning, Raine Square will offer everything from a quick coffee and croissant option to a pre-packaged liquid breakfast.”

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Bakers Delight, Boost Juice, Coles Central, Jesters, Croissant Express, Pajeco, Subway, Surf n Turf and Game City are all part of Raine Square’s “Brekky on the Go”promotion, with specials and suggestions running in each outlet throughout the campaign.

Dietitian and Director of Diet Biz, Boris Kazakov, tells, “Many people say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and it’s definitely true. Eating breakfast helps you maintain a healthy weight, and improves alertness, mental performance, mood and memory. Whether you eat it on the go, at your desk or in a meeting, it’s important to make sure that you get that kick-start to your day every morning.”

Some of the Week 1 specials and suggestions are:

  • Bakers Delight – High fibre Lo-GI white block loaf for $4.80, Cheesy Mite Scroll for $3.80 or a large traditional fruit loaf for $6
  • Boost Juice – “Brekky to Gogo” super smoothie, original sized for only $4.95 (normally $7.20!)
  • Coles Central – Regular Coffee and a single muffin for $4
  • Croissant Express – Ham and Cheese Croissant and medium coffee for only $6.50 (normally $9!)
  • Game City – Small hot drink (coffee, tea or hot chocolate) with a spinach and cheese flat bread or hashbrown for $4
  • Jesters Pies – Morning Glory pie and a coffee for $7.50 or sausage roll and a 600ml flavoured milk for $6.90
  • Pajeco – croissant and a freshly squeezed orange juice for $8.50 or a savoury muffin and a regular coffee for $6.30
  • Subway – Eggs benedict sub six inch for $5 or a eggs benedict sub foot long for $7
  • Surf n Turf – eggs on toast for only $4

For more information or to see the full list of breakfast special and suggestions, which change weekly, check out the Raine Square website or Facebook page.

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Martin

Martin was born in England but now lives in Perth, Western Australia. He has a passion for breakfast, coffee, hot curries & fast food, and is a cat & Dalek person.

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