FUSIAN, the statewide sushi chain with a significant presence in (and deep ties to) the Dayton area, today unveiled what it is calling “our biggest celebration ever” to mark its 10th birthday, including a $10-for-everyone offer and a “Sushi for Life” grand prize.
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The “Everyone Gets $10” promotion refers to a $10 credit that will be given to all who have the Fusian app. Those who sign up for the app before June 30 will receive the $10 credit on their account, Fusian’s founders said in an email today. The $10 app credit cannot be combined with other app awards are credits.
Then, any time customers order from Fusian between today, June 10, through June 30 — for in-store dining, delivery or pickup — they will be automatically entered to win one of the following prizes:
-- Grand prize: Sushi for Life, which consists of a $500-per-year credit that is loaded onto the winner’s Fusian account, and is not transferrable.
-- Runner-up prices: Fusian will give away five $100 gift cards and five $50 gift cards.
-- Daily prizes awarded each day from today through June 30: party trays, roll-it-yourself sushi kits, gifts from local businesses, and other prizes.
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Fusian’s owners recommend checking out instagram.com/eatfusian to stay up to date on prize giveaways.
Those who wish to enter to win without a purchase may do do by emailing email@example.com, a maximum of one entry per person per day.
Fusian operates three locations in the Dayton area — at the Mall at Fairfield Commons in Beavercreek, on Brown Street near the University of Dayton, and on Miamisburg-Centerville Road in Washington Twp. — as well as three in the Cincinnati area, three in the Columbus area, and one in Toledo.
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Fusian Sushi was launched in Cincinnati in 2010 by brothers Zach and Josh Weprin and Stephan Harman, all of whom attended Oakwood’s Harman Elementary School. The trio had talked as kids of going into business together, Stephan Harman said shortly after Fusian launched.
This morning, Harman told this news outlet, ““While FUSIAN has existed for 10 years, our partnership dates back over 25 years, and as we look to the future, we look to deepen the relationships we have built with each other, our team, and our communities.
“Ultimately, our Dayton spirit lives on.”
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