Hopdoddy to donate all proceeds on June 4 to flood-relief efforts in Hill Country

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9/29/10 Mike Sutter/American-Statesman. Hopdoddy Burger Bar, a restaurant scheduled to open in early October 2010 on South Congress Avenue in Austin at the former site fo Cissi's Wine Bar. 1006foodmatters.
9/29/10 Mike Sutter/American-Statesman.  Hopdoddy Burger Bar, a restaurant scheduled to open in early October 2010 on South Congress Avenue in Austin at the former site fo Cissi's Wine Bar. 1006foodmatters.

9/29/10 Mike Sutter/American-Statesman. Hopdoddy Burger Bar, a restaurant scheduled to open in early October 2010 on South Congress Avenue in Austin at the former site fo Cissi’s Wine Bar. 1006foodmatters.

Hopdoddy Burger Bar’s two Austin locations will donate all proceeds from their stores on June 4 to Wimberley-based Barnabas Connection, a non-profit organization serving those affected by the floods in Wimberley and Hays County.

“Giving back to our community is important to Hopdoddy and part of our everyday life,” president and CEO Dan Mesches  said. “We are hoping to make an impactful donation to the relief efforts specifically in the Wimberley community through our friends at the Barnabas Connection and encourage Austin to come out to show their support on Thursday.”

The Hopdoddy locations at 1400 S. Congress Ave. and 2438 Anderson Lane will be open on June 4 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. For more information on Barnabas Connection’s relief efforts, visit BarnabasConnects.org.

Hopdoddy conducted in a similar effort in 2011, raising more than $13,000 for fire relief efforts in Bastrop.

 Correction: An earlier version of this post stated Hopdoddy will donate profits. The burger restaurants will donate all proceeds.

 


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