THE BOB & TOM SHOW AND CITIZENS STATE BANK TEAM UP WITH HUSE CULINARY TO FEED ESSENTIAL WORKERS
The BOB & TOM Show and Citizens State Bank are pairing up with Huse Culinary (known for its restaurants such as St. Elmo’s Steakhouse, Harry & Izzy’s, Burger Study, and more) to raise funds to supply boxed lunches for first responders and essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Starting on Monday, April 20, listeners can pledge money for these meals by going to Q95.com. The Bob & Tom Show will be matching donations up to 500, and Citizens State Bank will be matching donations up to 200 – totaling 1,400 meals total. The meal includes two filet sliders, chips and dessert. Orders must be made in increments of five meals for $12 each.
“In this very difficult time, we just want to show our appreciation to the great people that work in the healthcare community with a treat from the most famous restaurant in our great city.” says Tom Griswold, host of The BOB & TOM Show.
The meals will be delivered to multiple healthcare facilities across the state ranging from IU Healthcare Centers, Franciscan Health Cancer Center, and American Senior Communities.
“We recognize our frontline healthcare workers are under great stress due to COVID-19, and we’re excited to join Q95 and Huse Culinary to show our appreciation and support.” says Dan Maddox, CEO of Citizens State Bank,“A bright spot during this unprecedented time is to see our communities come together and witnessing generous acts of kindness. We invite anyone who can afford a donation to join us in supporting these heroes.
More info can be found here: https://store.stelmos.com/products/sack-lunches-for-essential-workers