Pensacola, FL, July 12, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- R/C race track staff will be stationed at King Cobra of Florida Outdoor RC Track from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. every tuesday to collect donations of canned food items at the organization's "2-Can Tuesdays" event. The company is asking the community to take part in the food drive to help feed hungry families and individuals throughout Escambia County. In exchange for donating 2 cans of food, customers will receive $5 or 50% off normal admission to the RC Race Track every tuesday.
"With the economy still on the mend, we wanted a way to help our customers and those in need at the same time,” said King Cobra of Florida owner Bryan Calderon. "Items collected every week are going to be donated to the local Manna food banks for hungry people now and in the months to come."
The Manna Food Bank provides more than 100,000 food items throughout the year to hungry men, women and children in the community throughout Escambia County.
Those who want to help are asked to bring 2 cans of food to the R/C Race Track, or donate $2 in order to save $5 or 50% off your normal admission. The RC Track allows you to bring your own RC Vehicles to drive on the track or you can rent theirs as well.
Food items needed most are: canned foods, canned vegetables, canned fruit, beans or other proteins, peanut butter (creamy), macaroni and cheese, cold cereal, ramen, pasta, and pasta sauce in cans. Food items donated don't need to be necessarily canned however please make sure they are non-perishable and have a decent shelf life.
Your canned food donations can be brought to 8310 Lillian Hwy in Pensacola, FL and you will receive an instant 50% off or $5 off normal admission every tuesday. For more information on the RC Race Track visit www.KingCobraofFlorida.com or for more information on Manna Food Banks services for homeless and hurting men, women and children, visit www.MannaHelps.org