Sticky Fingers Clients Opportunity For Customers To Donate To Children's Hospital

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Sticky Fingers is celebrating its 20th birthday, and the barbeque restaurant located at Hamilton Place Mall is providing customers the opportunity to give a big present to Children’s Hospital at Erlanger. 


While customers enjoy some of the restaurant’s award winning barbecue now through March 29, they will have the opportunity to donate to the Children’s Hospital Foundation by adding any cash amount to their food receipt or dropping cash or a check in the collection box at the register.

  When they donate, they will be eligible to sign Sticky Fingers’ giant birthday card.  This year’s goal is to raise $4,000 for Children’s Hospital. 


All the money donated to Children’s Hospital will support the invaluable medical care that is provided to sick and injured children in our region.  As the only medical center in the Chattanooga and tri-state region devoted solely to children, Children’s Hospital at Erlanger provides the best in children’s healthcare by viewing the world from a unique perspective of children and understanding what they need. Children’s Hospital is a Comprehensive Regional Pediatric Center, the highest designation in the state for pediatrics.  The hospital offers a full range of pediatric subspecialists, as well as a pediatric ER, ICU, and Level III neonatal intensive care unit, providing the highest level of care in the region for premature and sick infants.


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