Columbus, OH, April 07, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- March is National Brain Injury Awareness month. City Barbeque is wrapping up it’s campaign to help raise funds and awareness for this important issue. Over the past three months City Barbeque has been selling special tumblers for $5 each with 100% of the sales going to the Resurrecting Lives Foundation, an organization devoted to helping Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injuries.
“We are so thankful that our guests chose to participate. We were able to raise $12,500 for Resurrecting Lives Foundation,” said Brian Hipsher, VP of Marketing for City Barbeque.
This is the second year City Barbeque has raised money for Resurrecting Lives.
Dr. Chrisanne Gordon, Founder of Resurrecting Lives Foundation said, “Many thanks to City Barbeque for engaging the entire community in this effort to support our Military Members, Veterans, and their families affected by Traumatic Brain Injury. Our heartfelt gratitude for providing funding and awareness which eases the transition process back home.”
Photos available upon request.
About City Barbeque
City Barbeque smokes competition quality barbeque and has more than 100 Kansas City Barbeque Society certified judges throughout their staff. This level of commitment to quality requires meats slow-smoked on site, sandwiches trimmed and pulled 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. City Barbeque is also an expert at full-service catering for parties, weddings and special 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 local non-profits. For more information, visit http://www.citybbq.com.