Tampa, Fla. – January 23, 2014 – Ker’s WingHouse presented a check to the Pediatric Cancer Foundation (PCF) in the amount of $29,028 at the celebration of their 20 year anniversary on Wednesday, January 22, 2014, at their corporate headquarters in Largo, FL.
The Pediatric Cancer Foundation is proud to call Ker’s WingHouse its newest Sunshine Campaign partner in 2013. From October until December 2013, Ker’s WingHouse helped raise awareness and funds in their 22 locations by asking customers to donate $1 during their visit. The Sunshine Campaign aims to increase awareness about childhood cancer by encouraging corporate partners like Ker’s WingHouse to donate through a percentage of sales, round-up program, or a general promotion.
“The WingHouse has always made efforts to help children in our community and PCF is doing a great thing by trying to help put an end to this terrible disease,” said Crawford Ker, Founder and CEO of Ker’s WingHouse.
In response to their successful campaign, Nancy Crane, Executive Director of the Pediatric Cancer Foundation, said “We thank the team at Ker’s WingHouse for their participation and we are proud to have them join us in the fight against pediatric cancer. Their efforts will help immensely in the fulfillment of our mission to find less toxic, more targeted therapies and ultimately a cure to this disease.”
About Ker’s WingHouse:
Ker’s WingHouse is a sports bar style restaurant serving their World Famous chicken wings, award-winning sauces and many other oversized entrees at a great value. Signature items include their skinless naked wings, the Dallas burger and a new drink menu. The main attractions are the World Famous WingHouse Girls who are always polite and always-smiling with a great positive outlook on life. The WingHouse mission is to be “Brilliant on the Basics,” in our business that means highly satisfied guests! Need we say more! Today, WingHouse has 22 locations throughout Florida. For additional information, please visit www.winghouse.com.
About the Pediatric Cancer Foundation:
With its national headquarters in Tampa, the Pediatric Cancer Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to funding research to eliminate childhood cancer through the Sunshine Project, the Foundation’s collaborative research initiative. By employing doctors and researchers from the country’s top institutions, the Sunshine Project is fast-tracking the development of new drugs and therapies that will ultimately lead to the cure of childhood cancers. For more information, go to www.fastercure.org.
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