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It's a difficult time for local restaurants right now. As we all practice social distancing to do our part to help flatten the COVID-19 curve, including staying home and working from home, it is having a significant negative impact on our favorite local restaurants. And now that many of them have had to close their doors to dining, it means they now have to rely upon takeout and delivery.
Fortunately, there’s something we can all do to help: place takeout orders at your favorite local restaurant with your National Bank of Arizona credit card.
Between now and May 31, 2020, each time you use your National Bank of Arizona credit card, you’ll get a 10% cashback bonus![cite::344::cite] Most restaurants and caterers you know qualify—from mom and pops to national chains. Call your favorite restaurant or caterer to see if they are currently offering take-out or delivery.
Yes. Start supporting local businesses and restaurants now.
Among the sectors hardest hit by the current crisis are our local restaurants. These businesses and their employees are our neighbors, and friends, who are part of the deep fabric of our state. While in-restaurant dining is temporarily not available, many have kept their kitchens open and continue to provide service through takeout or delivery. To encourage our clients to support these businesses, National Bank of Arizona is offering an unprecedented 10% cash back bonus when you use any National Bank of Arizona Credit Card for any purchase directly made to restaurants between now and May 31—including gift cards. We'll all get through this together, and supporting our local restaurants is just one way we can all help. So order out for some delicious local flavors as often as you can and get a 10% cash back bonus on your National Bank of Arizona Credit Card.
Thank you... stay healthy and happy dining.
Yes. Since many restaurants are now limited to pickup and delivery, you can do your part to flatten the curve by not dining in, plus; by ordering food for pickup or delivery, you'll be helping local restaurants weather this period.
Yes. "Currently there is no evidence of food or food packaging being associated with the transmission of COVID-19," according to a statement by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Other experts show how picking up takeout or getting delivery is actually quite safe.