Regional Restaurant Brand Will Raise Funds for Local Food Banks Through Several Fundraisers During Hunger Action Month
Signal Hill, CA (RestaurantNews.com) With food insecurity rates continuing to rise steadily across the country, Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que is taking action against hunger throughout the month of September by raising funds for several local food banks in the communities it serves. Based in Signal Hill, California, Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que is a family-owned restaurant brand featuring an authentic, award-winning Southern-inspired menu at 21 restaurants in California, Nevada and Arizona.
Over the past two years, Lucille’s has raised more than $13,000 for local food banks through a one-day “Day of Giving” fundraiser at each of its restaurants. This year, the fundraiser will be extended to the entire month of September to increase its support for Hunger Action Month, which was created by Feeding America, a national nonprofit with a mission to advance change in America by ensuring equitable access to nutritious food for all.
“Hunger remains a critical concern for countless individuals and families in our communities,” said Joan Hansen, vice president of marketing at Hofman Hospitality Group, the family-owned parent company of Lucille’s. “At Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que, we believe in the power of collective action to create meaningful change. We believe our Hunger Action Month and Day of Giving fundraisers in September will make a consequential impact in helping those experiencing hunger and food insecurity.”
This September, Lucille’s will donate $1 to local food banks for every Pumpkin Crunch Pudding ordered and will also work with Round It Up America to encourage guests to round up their checks online and in its restaurants to benefit the food banks.
What’s more, on Wednesday, September 20, which Lucille’s has designated as this year’s “Day of Giving,” all dine-in guests will receive a $10 bounceback coupon when they purchase a special Chicken Shack Plate with 100% of proceeds going to local food banks. The Chicken Shack Plate, available only for dine-in guests on September 20, includes two pieces of Lucille’s famous Fried Chicken, Texas Caviar, Pumpkin Crunch Pudding and Lucille’s Sidewalk Lemonade for $8.99.
On September 20, Lucille’s will also bring the “Lucille’s Chicken Shack” food truck to its restaurant in Tustin, California, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Guests will be able to order the Chicken Shack Plate, enjoy live music and spin to win prizes, including free Lucille’s merchandise, Lucille’s popular BBQ sauce, gift cards and more.
About Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que
Family-owned and -operated, Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que Restaurants offer award-winning, savory Southern-style food at its 21 full-service restaurants throughout California, Arizona and Nevada. Signature slow-smoked barbeque ribs and beef, flavorful appetizers, salads, burgers, sides and desserts are served with a large helping of down-home Southern hospitality. Lucille’s restaurants are reminiscent of a Southern roadhouse with a distinctive Southern décor, and Flying Pig Lounges that serve spirits and a full menu. Visit www.lucillesbbq.com for more information.
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