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Culver’s of Morris will donate to LifeSource

Published: Thursday, July 25, 2013 9:56 a.m. CDT

Since opening the doors of the first restaurant in 1984, Culver’s® has been committed to being an active member in its local community.

On Thursday, Aug. 1, Culver’s of Morris, 1919 N Division St., will carry on that tradition by donating a portion of its sales between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. to raise funds for LifeSource.

Traditionally, blood do- nations decrease while the need increases during summer months and LifeSource needs YOUR help to make a difference.

“We’re proud to call Morris home and doing our part to help just feels right,” said Brian Farrell. “We strive to make a difference in the community we share with so many others, and working with LifeSource allows us to help support individuals and families in our area.”

Culver’s support of LifeSource is just part of its dedication to giving back to the community. From Culver’s founders to each locally owned and operated restaurant, each franchise partner and team member understands the importance of serving those in need.

Stop into Culver’s of Morris to pre-register for your donation. Presenting donors will receive a certificate for a free pint of fresh frozen custard plus a Culver’s Value Basket certificate as a thank you for your donation.

About Culver’s

Culver’s is an expanding franchise system with nearly 500 independently owned and operated restaurants in 21 states. The restaurants’ award-winning customer service is based on small-town, Midwestern values, genuine friendliness and an unwavering commitment to quality and freshness. Signature items include the ButterBurger® made from fresh, never frozen Midwest-raised beef, and Fresh Frozen Custard, including the famous Flavor of the Day program.

For more information, visit www.culvers.com, http://www.culvers.com/facebook, http://www.twitter.com/culvers, http://www.gplus.to/culvers or www.instagram.com/culvers.

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