Do you love burgers? Are you looking for ways to do your bit to help out during the current devastating bushfire crisis gripping the nation?
Well, those two things aren’t mutually exclusive thanks to Newcastle’s Smokin’ Hot ‘N Saucy.
The Islington-based meat purveyor will, throughout the month of January be donating two bucks from each of its delicious cheeseburgers sold to the Rural Fire Service.
Also, as a way of saying “thanks” any and all fireys who drop in this month will also be treated to a cheeseburger for nix!
How good is that?
Smokin Hot ‘N Saucy owners Rob and Randi Thraves said the initiative came about after seeing the RFS in action in their home town of Broke over the last few weeks.
“We were a bit nervous in the first few weeks but the hard work of the RFS has proven to keep us safe time and time again, and we couldn’t be more grateful,” Randi said.
“Running this special is just something we thought may help get them some better equipment or anything they need.”
The initiative was met with a chorus of approval on social media this week with fans of the popular eatery chiming in with the likes of: “You guys are amazing for doing this, these Firies saved our Town last night as we were evacuated in Blue Haven and they were sensational. Well done Smokin Hot N Saucy team.”
So what are you waiting for? Get your burger squad together (the more the merrier, right?) and get on down to the Smokin Hot ‘N Saucy lot at 116 Maitland Road Islington to do your bit for the RFS
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