The Clock Shop announces new business venture called The Double - KOTA Territory News

The Clock Shop announces new business venture called The Double Diner Club of Rapid City

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The Double Diner Club, a division of Mountain Time Inc. (Parent company of The Clock Shop of Rapid City) is a business endeavor which seeks to achieve excellence and success by promoting local restaurants which have earned a loyal following and have a solid, positive reputation in the community, and by establishing and promoting a fundraising mechanism which will respond to the community's essential needs.

The 2012 Double Diner Club is a unique, limited quantity 2 for 1 savings punch card. Each card costs the customer $25 (including Sales Tax). Each card contains 21 opportunities for the customer to enjoy 2 for 1 dining specials at 12 great Rapid City restaurants, potentially resulting in hundreds of dollars in savings.

Chris Johnson, President of Mountain Time, Inc. and director of Double Diner Club, says the card is intended to bring new customers into great local restaurants, as well as give the card-holder a wealth of savings opportunities to enjoy.

Most importantly, The Double Diner Club has committed to donate $5.00 from the sale of each card to the KOTA Care and Share Food Drive.

Depending on how many cards are sold, the Care and Share Food Drive could receive as much as $50,000.00.

"It's an unfortunate fact that there continues to be a great and increased need for household essentials (particularly food) in our community," says Johnson. "This community is known for responding to those needs. We're just trying to add a little fun and value to the ongoing effort."

Cards will be sold on line at www.doubledinerclub.com, The Clock Shop (Downtown), via coupon from the Rapid City Journal, or at certain participating restaurants by request.

Each card is good for 1 year from the date of purchase.

For more information, visit www.doubledinerclub.com.

Contact person: Chris Johnson, 605-791-3778

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