The Orangery, 5412 Kingston Pike, has partnered with Young-Williams Animal Center, and on every Tuesday through the month of August, the eatery will donate $5 to Young-Williams for every Kobe Cheeseburger sold. The Orangery's exclusive Kobe Cheeseburger, which is normally $13, will be available for the special price of $10.
Quoted in a press release, Orangery owner David Kiger said: “We packed the restaurant last year when we introduced the $5 cheeseburger, but we wanted to add a little something extra this year. We believe people won’t mind paying a little more knowing their money is going to animals in need.”
Young-Williams serves the community by sheltering unwanted animals, helping with their adoptions and education through humane programs.
“The money we will receive from The Orangery will go toward covering the adoption fees of adoptable animals,” said Amy Johnston, outreach coordinator for the Young-Williams Animal Center, in a press statement. “Through our Furry Friends Program, this standard fee will be waived to encourage potential adopters to look at animals who may otherwise be overlooked due to color, size or breed.”
For more info, go to www.orangeryknoxville.com.
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