Local Steak N’ Shake Franchise Debo’s Diners Celebrates 25 Years

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Chattanooga-based Steak n’ Shake franchise, Debo’s Diners, is celebrating its 25th year in the Chattanooga community with an anniversary party at the Hamilton Place Steak ‘n Shake.

Guests can help celebrate by enjoying a free Jr. Birthday Cake milkshake with any purchase all day. Chattanooga HeadCount will also be at the store, helping to register new voters and ensuring currently registered voters registrations are up to date.

Debo’s Diners will present $21,036 to Children’s Hospital at Erlanger to support their Believe Campaign. Since 2017, Debo’s Diners has been partnering with Children’s Hospital at Erlanger. With this donation, Debo’s Diners will have donated a total of $125,270.

“People before profit is more than just a tagline,” said Debo’s Diners President Debbie Richman. “We’ve seen first-hand that putting people first is good for business and good for the community. Over the past 25 years, we have been excited to partner with Erlanger and other organizations that have allowed us to make a positive impact in the cities we serve.”

Debo’s Diners is a two-time Steak n’ Shake franchise of the year with seven locations in Chattanooga, Northwest Georgia and Knoxville. Additionally, Debo’s Diners was awarded the 2019 Community Service Award by Steak ‘n Shake for their commitment to giving back to their communities.


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