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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Kimberly Cooper
Marketing Coordinator UH Dining Services
832-842-5989
cooper-kimberly4@aramark.com

Catering on Cullen Offers Summer Savings

Houston, July 6, 2016 —Catering on Cullen at the University of Houston features a new collection of spice bowls and fan favorite promotions to enjoy this summer.

"Customers can choose from a variety of bowls such as an exotic Indian spice bowl, Asian beef bowl with edamame or a vegetarian tofu noodle bowl served with crispy wontons," said Shannon Church, director of Catering on Cullen.

The new summer spice bowls lineup includes a side dish such as vegetable spring rolls or baked samosas and a choice of drink with a cookie or a brownie.

"This summer we are featuring a collection of summer promotions that include breakfast, lunch and snack options," said Church. "These promotions feature assorted pastries, box lunches and small bites, just to name a few options."

The lunch menu items come complete with chips or sliced vegetables, a choice of drink and dessert.

"We are also able to create a custom menu for any event or last-minute refreshment needs," said Church. "Customers can create an account through our website, add payment information then select from our menus online."

To submit an order for a summer event or meeting, visit www.cateringoncullen.com to complete an order form and view a list of summer promotion options.

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