Buffalo Wild Wings Gives Tornado Relief

Ten percent of the restaurant's sales on June 29 will go to The Salvation Army.

You’ll get more than the satisfaction of your favorite wings when dining at Buffalo Wild Wings on June 29. Contributing to a local cause is also in good taste, especially when it comes to helping tornado victims.

Buffalo Wild Wings recently announced it will donate 10 percent of all non-alcoholic sales on June 29 to The Salvation Army’s Tornado Relief Fund. Over 400 restaurants nation-wide are joining the cause.

“We are always looking for ways to give back to our local community and hopefully help our guests as well,” said Kathy Benning, Buffalo Wild Wings’ executive vice president of global marketing & brand development.  “By offering 10 percent of sales on June 29 to The Salvation Army, Buffalo Wild Wings and our guests are supporting our friends and neighbors. We are confident that our combined efforts will greatly help the lives of those impacted by the recent horrific tornados.”

Customers must mention they are dining to support tornado survivors in order for meals to count for funds that will help tornado victims with relocating expenses, furniture, clothing and other necessities.

“Buffalo Wild Wings’ dedication to service is a blessing,” said Jeff Jellets, territorial disaster coordinator for The Salvation Army. “Through this partnership, Salvation Army caseworkers and disaster response personnel will serve even more survivors as they rebuild their lives and homes.”

Visit Buffalo Wild Wings’ Plymouth location at 3505 Vicksburg Ln. N. (call 763.551.9464). Customers unable to visit a local restaurant can also donate online. Visit The Salvation Army’s website for more information on opportunities to give back. Visit Buffalo Wild Wings’ website to see a menu or look for other locations.