Buffalo Wild Wings Hosts "Eat Wings, Raise Funds" For Blood Assurance

Friday, January 9, 2015

Buffalo Wild Wings in Hixson and Downtown Chattanooga, will have an “Eat Wings, Raise Funds” fundraising event on Thursday, January 15, from 11 a.m. to midnight.  The Downtown Chattanooga restaurant is located at 120 Market Street. The Hixson location is located at 5744 Highway 153. Ten percent of receipt sales during the “Eat Wings, Raise Funds” event will be donated to Blood Assurance. When you dine in or carry out, let your server know or present an “Eat Wings, Raise Funds” ticket when you dine. 

Blood Assurance is a non-profit regional blood center based in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Blood and blood components are supplied to seventy healthcare facilities in forty-seven counties in the area served by Blood Assurance. Over 400 volunteer blood donors are needed every day in order to adequately supply these hospitals. Other programs supported by Blood Assurance include: the Crystal Green Memorial Scholarship fund, the Excellence in Education high school grant program, and the Be the Match marrow registry. 

For more information about or to partner with Blood Assurance, please contact Linda Hisey, Executive Director of Media Relations & Development at 1-800-962-0628 or LindaHisey@BloodAssurance.org.


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