Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers announced that they will be accepting donations for Windwood Family Services, for five consecutive Tuesdays. Visit one of two Charleston-area locations, Mount Pleasant and/or North Charleston, through Aug. 27 to show your support for this fundraising initiative.
To encourage participation, Raising Cane’s will give customers a “Buy Any Combo, Get Any Combo Free” certificate for every $1 donated throughout the day on the designated Tuesdays. Customers may donate any amount, in increments of $1, with or without a purchase, by either dining-in or driving thru. Cash or credit will be accepted. Certificates can be redeemed at your next visit through Sept. 30.
“Raising Canes has been a great support to the work that we do at Windwood,” stated Kristin Power, director of development. “Not only do they support us through financial contributions, they volunteer at our property in Awendaw, interact with the kids and help us with promotions and marketing. Their support makes us a better organization, and we can’t thank them enough for that.”
Raising Cane’s plans to amp up the excitement of this campaign by offering special giveaways nightly beginning at 5 p.m. RiverDogs and Battery tickets will be up for grabs, local mascots will make appearances and concert tickets will be given away, including fun tickets. The complete schedule of events can be found on the Canes Facebook page: www.facebook.com/RaisingCanesSouthCarolina.
Aug. 6 - Fun Concert Ticket Giveaway
5 p.m.-close: Register to win Fun concert tickets in-store at each location.
Aug. 13 - Match Night
5 p.m.-close: Cane’s will match $1 for $1 all donations: dine-in and drive thru.
Aug. 20- Back to School night
5 p.m.-close: Register to win a free back to school Cane’s party for your class.
Aug. 27- RiverDogs Night
5 p.m.-close: Free RiverDogs ticket given to the first 25 people who donate $1 back at each location.
6-7p.m.: Charlie the RiverDog at North Charleston location.
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