Monday, May 5, 2014

Treat Mom to Dinner and A Movie with Papa Murphy's PIzza & "Mom's Night Out"

Is there any better way to show mom you love her than with a night out all to herself? How about if that night out included dinner and a movie?  Luckily for you, we have just the thing to help show mom how much you love her. First there’s the dinner part and Papa Murphy’s Pizza has a great offer just in time for Mother’s Day. The countdown to National Mom's Nite Out is on! On May 8th, moms everywhere will be joining together in the ultimate celebration of motherhood. No matter what your plans are for the evening, there's one place you definitely should not be - slaving over the stove! That's why we're so excited to share an exclusive National Mom's Nite Out offer from our friends at Papa Murphy's.   

Papa Murphy’s wants to help feed your family on National Mom’s Nite Out! On May 8th, at participating Papa Murphy’s locations, you can take advantage of the Mom’s Meal Deal*. For only $12, you can treat your family to any large 2-topping pizza and your choice of 2 sides: Cheesy Bread, Cookie Dough, Cinnamon Wheel or S’mores Pizza. This is a great option for Dad to feed the kids while Mom is out celebrating, or simply a great excuse to take the night off from cooking!

See below to view the coupon and promotion details. 

After dinner is taken care of, send mom of to see “Mom’s Night Out”. There isn’t a mom anywhere that hasn’t come upon that defining moment in your life-the moment where you just want to scream and know that if you don’t get some time to yourself, just a simple evening out you can be held accountable for what might happen next. Last month I was invited to attend a special screening of “Moms Night Out” which opens in theaters across the country appropriately on Mother’s Day Weekend. The first realization that hit home for me was that I was not alone. Here in the theater I was surround by women much like myself-just in need of some precious “me” time. Together we laughed, we cried, and more importantly, we left the theater knowing that life would go on, but that we were never alone. So what is “Moms’ Night Out”?

Moms’ Night Out” is the comedic adventures of exactly what the title suggests, a moms’ night out. As the official Mom’s Night Out website tells us, “All Allyson and her friends want is a peaceful, grown-up evening of dinner and conversation . . . a long-needed moms’ night out. But in order to enjoy high heels, adult conversation and food not served in a paper bag, they need their husbands to watch the kids for three hours—what could go wrong? “Mom’s Night Out” is an endearing true-to-life family comedy that celebrates the beautiful mess called parenting.”  The message is simple enough but the subtext and what every parent, yes there were dads at our screening as dads can me moms too, is something that will stay with you for a long time to come. Patricia Heaton and her real life actor husband, David Hunt served as the Executive Producers of this film while Kevin Downes (Courageous) both acted and co produced.  Moms’ Night Out” boasts the talents of Jon and Andrew Erwin (October Baby) who directed the film and features such stars as Patricia Heaton, David Hunt, Kevin Downes, Sean Astin (Goonies, Rudy and The Lord of the Rings trilogy), Sarah Drew, Alex Kendrick, Robert Amaya-the list goes on and on. Everyone, everywhere knows somebody, or is somebody that is in need of a night out. Now the only question that remains to be answered is where will you be on Mother’s Day Weekend?  Papa Murphy’s Pizza and a movie-it just doesn’t get much better than that.  Be sure to see “Mom’s Night Out” opening in theaters nationwide this weekend!"

Gayle is a lifelong educator by day and avid blogger by night and is the owner and cofounder of the Disney Gals, one of the most popular Disney blogs around! Proud mommy to 5, Grammy to 4 she is blessed to share her life with amazing family and friends who encourage her to chase her dreams no matter where they may lead.  When not in the classroom, she can be found following her son as he dances his way through life, or working with young performers in free nationally recognized after school children’s theater program that she founded 13 years ago. On any given day you will find Gayle skipping her way through life with a giggle and a smile knowing that today is meant to be lived and enjoyed. To learn more about Gayle, click here.

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