(PRWEB) May 08, 2014 - Celebrate the month of May with Beef 'O' Brady's Burgers Across America campaign! Beef's has scoured the USA for the five best regional burgers in the country and whipped up a seasonal menu for burger lovers. Imagine dining on a delectable Texas-inspired Amarillo Firecracker Burger featuring fresh Angus topped with bacon, fried jalapeños, pepper jack cheese, and sweet jalapeño mayo for $9.99. Or perhaps the San Francisco Mushroom Brie Burger is more your taste with fresh Angus, sautéed mushrooms, and Brie cheese atop grilled sourdough bread for $8.99. No matter your preference of burger, Beef's has it covered in Burgers Across America. Stop on by from now through May 25 to try one or all of the five fabulous, affordably priced burgers.
Featured Burgers Across America dishes besides the ones mentioned above include:
In true Beef 'O' Brady's fashion, partial proceeds will be contributed to a philanthropic organization, in this case Wounded Warrior Project. Beef's has committed to supporting America's bravest patriots and soldiers with a minimum donation of $50,000, and each and every Burgers Across America sale will go towards supporting Wounded Warrior Project. Customers may also opt to increase your donation by adding additional funds to their Beef's receipt.
Beef 'O' Brady's is a national franchise of family sports restaurant established in the USA in 1985. Best known for its Buffalo-style chicken wings, Beef's also relationships with the local schools, youth sports leagues, and other community organizations in each and every Beef 'O' Brady's neighborhood. The “family appeal" is reinforced by a moderately priced kids menus and video game room. The company, headquartered in Tampa, Fla. has more than 215 locations in 22 states and overseas. An award-winning franchise system, the Beef 'O' Brady's franchise opportunity is consistently recognized by Entrepreneur's Franchise 500 in the category of Full-Service Restaurants. More information: http://www.beefobradysfranchise.com.
Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) is a military veteran's service nonprofit organization formed post 9/11/2001 to aid wounded military veterans. By raising public awareness and enlisting public aid, WWP aims to meet the needs of severely injured service men and women as well as provide programs and services to foster recovery and community between wounded veterans. More information: http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/