Serving burritos to raise money for sick kids

By: STAFF Email
By: STAFF Email
A local restaurant served up burritos for a good cause.

Photo by Marshall Astor - Food Fetishist / Flickr

News 12 at 6 o' clock / November 14, 2013

AUGUSTA (WRDW) -- A local restaurant served up burritos for a good cause.

Sales from Moe's "Joey Bag of Donuts" burrito benefit the Children's Hospital of Georgia during the "Joeys for Juniors" promotion.

We stopped by Moe's on Washington Road back in November to see how sales were going and found workers cooking, wrapping and serving a lot of hungry customers.

"We actually had a couple of regulars that come down from Georgia Regents University down at the medical hospital," said Seth Easton, general manager for Moe's Southwest Grill. "They're usually 'Moe's Mondays' regulars and they came in and said we're here to support 'Joeys for Juniors,' so that's always a good thing."

In 2012, Moe's raised more than $5,100 during its promotion. The total raised this year has not be released.


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