Estero, Florida (PRWEB) May 16, 2014 - Beef 'O' Brady's restaurant in Estero is pleased to announce a fundraiser rally to be held on Saturday, May 17th, in support of Wounded Warrior Project. Swing by Beef's from 11am-4pm and enjoy activities and entertainment for everyone in the family! Live music will be playing from 12pm-2pm. Adults are invited to enjoy all-day drink specials on beer and cocktails as well as participate in an exciting corn hole tournament. Entrance to the rally is $20, which includes access to all event festivities and a combo meal choice of a Game day hot dog, build-your-own black Angus burger, or BBQ pulled pork sandwich. Half of the ticket value ($10) will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.
This event is a part of a national series of rallies being held at select Beef 'O' Brady's restaurants in support of Wounded Warrior Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to meeting the needs of our country's military veterans. Customers are invited to attend their local Beef's rallies to help reach the goal of raising a minimum of $50,000 to be donated to wounded service members and their families. For those who can't make it to the rally, never fear! Patrons of Beef 'O' Brady's will be able to add additional donations to their checks at the end of their meals.
Estero Beef 'O' Brady's is located at 20301 Grande Oakes Shoppes Blvd #108 in Estero, Florida.
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 establishes 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/