Participate Tomorrow: National Dine Out Day

by in Events, June 18th, 2013

National Dine Out DayTake a break from cooking tomorrow night and dine out for a cause. National Dine Out Day, June 19, benefits the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund. A percentage of the revenue from more than 3,000 participating restaurants will be donated to the Relief Fund to assist in its mission to raise and distribute funds to organizations that provide long-term assistance to the people of New Jersey still struggling in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy. Don’t live in New Jersey? Click here for a complete list of participating restaurants around the country.

For more information on National Dine Out Day, please visit NationalDineOutDay.com or join the conversation on Twitter. Dine out and make a difference!

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Comments (4)

  1. Miss Philanthropic says:

    You've got to be kidding!!! The website is "suspended"??? Am I the only person in America who heard the radio ad and is now trying to support the cause? Someone please pay for the website!!!!!

  2. Miss B says:

    Can't believe so few restaurants are participating. Only one in the state of Wisconsin. Have people stopped caring about what has or is happening to others?

  3. Warren Dunn says:

    Are you serious? It seems that there is no way to voice my opinion about the Paula Dean situation. How fortunate that food network has suspended their "contact us" ability. I wonder how many food network top brass that made this decision have said something they have regretted later??? Let he who is without siin through the first stone…..Sounds to me like a high level decision made by low level individuals. I for one am through with the food network after this and I hope they go under. Why not get rid of the sandwich king guy? He is a good example of wasted air time!!!
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