Industry News | September 11, 2017

Grabbagreen Raising Funds for Hurricane Relief

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Arizona-based restaurant, Grabbagreen, a food + juice concept known for healthy fast food, has announced it will be donating $5,000 to the American Red Cross to help victims affected by the flood-ravaged areas from the recent hurricanes.

In addition, Grabbagreen will accept donations from guests to for Hurricane relief at all 22 locations in partnership with the American Red Cross. Customers can go into any location and make a monetary donation, no purchase necessary through September 30. All store donations will go directly to both Lee and Collier Counties in the Naples/Fort Meyers area, along with a large Grabbagreen bottled water donation going to the area.

"While the Grabbagreen family is all safe and sound it is impossible to ignore the recent devastation that is growing by the day,” says CEO, Keely Newman. "We are in a position to help with not only a Grabbagreen corporate donation, but also providing a way our local diners can help too.”

Those who are interested in helping those affected by the hurricane but can not make it in to a Grabbagreen location can make donations at www.RedCross.org.

Grabbagreen currently has 22 locations across Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, New Jersey, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas.

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