Veggie Grill Retains Zapwater Communications for Chicago Openings

by | Dec 15, 2017

Zapwater Communications announced it has been retained by Veggie Grill, the largest vegetarian, premium fast casual brand in the U.S., to support the company’s expansion into Chicago. This welcome addition to the Chicago restaurant scene is set to open two locations in Chicago in early 2018, the first Veggie Grills beyond the West Coast; marking an exciting milestone for the fast-growing restaurant concept.

Zapwater’s scope of work includes media relations, influencer relations, events and partnerships.

“We are incredibly excited to partner with Veggie Grill on their expansion into Chicago,” says David Zapata, president of Zapwater Communications. “Veggie Grill’s passion for creating innovative and craveable food from veggies, fruits, whole grains and nuts sets them apart from their competitors. We’re looking forward to helping fellow Chicagoans and sharing the Veggie Grill story with local media, influencers and consumers.”

Veggie Grill’s newest locations will serve lunch and dinner to those who work, live and play in Chicago’s busiest neighborhoods: Lakeview and the Loop.

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