Free Lemon Ice for Lexington
Fazoli's Thanks Those Who Have Helped Children in Need
LEXINGTON, KY, July 24, 2012 — Summer is a time when childhood hunger is the greatest. To help address the more than 16 million American children at risk of hunger, Fazoli’s and Feed The Children, a non-profit hunger relief organization, partnered to create the Breadstick Tour. Lexington was among the first cities on the tour, raising thousands for the cause. Now Fazoli’s wants to thank everyone who supported the fundraising efforts. Between now and August 10, visit any Fazoli’s in the Lexington area and say that you support Feed The Children, and you will receive a Free Lemon Ice with any entrée purchase.
Fazoli’s has handed out more than 77,000 breadsticks and has raised over $20,000 so far along the tour route. And it’s not too late to donate. The fundraising drive will continue until August 14. Anyone making a $1 donation at any participating Fazoli’s restaurant will receive a coupon for $5 off any Family Meal purchase.
The tour is at its midway point across the country, and is now in Colorado Springs. It will then head to Denver, Lincoln, Omaha, Des Moines, Madison, and Green Bay. It will finish up in South Bend on August 14. To learn more about the tour, visit the Fazoli’s Facebook site at www.facebook.com/fazolis.
An American family favorite for more than 20 years, Fazoli’s is a leading, next generation QSR. With an all new premium menu featuring freshly prepared Italian entrees, Submarinos® sandwiches and salads, a contemporary new restaurant design and fresh leadership, Fazoli’s is well positioned for growth. Already America’s largest Italian quick service chain, Fazoli’s is expanding in select markets throughout the country. Founded in Lexington, Ky. in 1989, Sun Capital Partners acquired Fazoli’s in 2006.
About Feed The Children
Since 1979, Feed The Children has consistently ranked as one of the largest international charities in the U.S., based on private, non-government support. Our mission is providing hope and resources for those without life’s essentials. In FY 2011, Feed The Children distributed more than 104 million pounds of food and other essentials to children and their families in all 50 states and internationally. For more information, visit www.feedthechildren.org