UNITED WAY Restaurants to raise cash for charities
Proceeds from the certificate sales will benefit 99 health and human care agencies funded by United Ways in the region.
YOUNGSTOWN -- Ten area restaurants have joined in a special regional "Night on the Town" promotion to support area United Way 2002 fund-raising appeals.
Through the promotion, individuals can purchase a certificate for $1 that entitles them to $5 off a food purchase of $15 or more at participating restaurants.
Proceeds from the certificate sales will benefit 99 health and human care agencies funded by United Ways throughout the region.
Participating Ohio restaurants are: Alberini's, Damon's, and Max and Erma's, all of Niles; B & amp;O Station Brewery and Restaurant, Youngstown; Davidson's, Canfield; Spread Eagle Tavern, Hanoverton; and Timberlanes and V's RR Roadhouse, both of Salem.
Restaurants in Pennsylvania include Dolce Vita and Starwood Rib and Steakhouse, both of New Castle.
The Night on the Town program benefits the United Way of Lawrence County, United Way of Trumbull County, United Way Services of Northern Columbiana County, and Youngstown/Mahoning Valley United Way.
Certificates, valid through Dec. 15, except for Sweetest Day (Oct. 19), Thanksgiving Day and the day after Thanksgiving, can be purchased at any of the United Way offices and select affiliate agencies and local businesses.
Numbers to call for certificate information are United Way of Trumbull County, (330) 369-1000; Youngstown/Mahoning Valley United Way, (330) 746-8494; United Way of Lawrence County, (724) 658-8528; and United Way of Northern Columbiana County, (330) 337-0310.