Share your good deed story with Mr Mikes

Local restaurant accepting nominations until Dec. 31

Mr Mikes Casual Steakhouse is seeking nominations for its “Deeds Well Done” program.

Restaurant guests are encouraged to name someone who has helped out their community. The nominated good deed doer will be randomly selected to receive $500 from Mr. Mikes to donate to their favourite local registered charity. The winner will also receive a $100 gift card from the restaurant.

In total, the restaurant chain will donate $12,000 to charities in 24 communities across BC, Alberta, and Saskatchewan this season. Mr Mikes in Mission is located at the Junction Mall.

“it’s easy to get wrapped up in the chaos of the holiday season and forget what the holidays are really about,” said Mike Cordoba, CEO of RAMMP Hospitality Brands Inc., the company behind Mr Mikes. “We launched out Deeds Well Done program to encourage the spirit of giving. No deed is too big or too small and we look forward to challenging communities across Western Canada to share the stories of their unsung heroes.”

Nominations close Dec. 31.

For more information visit mrmikes.ca.

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