Raleigh, NC, April 16, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- City Barbeque, an award-winning barbeque joint built on a foundation of “low and slow” smoked meats, a wide variety of side dishes, delectable desserts, and a healthy dose of backyard hospitality, has announced that ten percent of proceeds from Friday, April 25 through Sunday, April 27 will be donated to Wake Education Partnership. The funds will benefit Wake Education Partnership’s community programs which all work toward the common goal of increasing student performance in the Wake County Public Schools System.
Wake Education Partnership is an independent nonprofit committed to finding the best ways to provide excellent public education for all students in every school in Wake County. The organization brings together business leaders, elected officials and educators to work toward the common goal of increasing student performance in public schools. City Barbeque’s support will benefit Wake Education Partnership’s goal of providing local students with the skills they need to strengthen the economic health of Wake County.
City Barbeque believes that great barbeque isn’t just about food; it’s also about community. The restaurant continuously demonstrates their support of the local community by giving more than ten percent of their pretax profits to local nonprofit organizations. Known for its outstanding guest service, City Barbeque will help Wake Education Partnership and nearly 1000 other local organizations raise funds for community-based projects this year.
“We care about our neighbors and like to share our successes with local organizations who are making a difference,” said Rick Malir, City Barbeque founder. “We believe in helping the community, and will actively seek ways in which we can improve the lives of people in and around the greater Triangle area. This is part of what we like to call backyard hospitality.”
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City Barbeque provides competition quality barbeque and has more than 100 certified barbeque judges throughout their staff. This level of commitment to quality requires meats slow-smoked on site, sandwiches trimmed to order, and scratch made sides and desserts made in the restaurant. Service is a fast casual style. Guests dining-in can enjoy their barbeque in a relaxed environment with great outdoor space when the weather is nice. For those on the go, City Barbeque is also an expert in carry out for office lunches and take home dinners, to large parties and events. City Barbeque believes that great barbeque isn’t just about food, it’s also about community. They have demonstrated their support by giving more than 10% of their pretax profits to non-profits in the community. For more information, visit http://www.citybbq.com.