Which Wich Among Several Restaurants Offering Aid to Harvey Disaster Relief
In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, several restaurants have stepped up, donating millions of dollars to aid Texas as it recovers from the damage and destruction left in this natural disaster’s wake. Among the restaurants involved in helping the state move forward is the innovative and socially conscious sandwich shop Which Wich.
Founded by Jeff Sinelli in 2003 in Dallas, TX, Which Wich quickly offered its help by launching a PB&J campaign, which is scheduled to run throughout September. To help with the relief efforts, the sandwich chain will donate $2 from every Project PB&J sandwich sold directly to the Red Cross of America. Additionally, they will match all donations from guests up to $100,000.
Other restaurants involved in Hurricane Harvey relief efforts include Whataburger, Urban Bricks Pizza, The Big Salad, Panda Express, Papa John’s, Hooters, Jersey Mike’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, and more.
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