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April 17 10:04 AM

Buffalo Wild Wings Fundraiser for The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club

10% of proceeds from Shreveport-Bossier restaurants April 18th go to local club

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Buffalo Wild Wings is a proud supporter of the ALL-STARS team at The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club. The restaurants in Shreveport (7441 Youree Drive) and Bossier City (2640 Airline Drive) are giving back to the Shreveport club during community day on Wednesday, April 18th from 10:30am – 11:59pm.

 

You’re invited to come have lunch or dinner at either Buffalo Wild Wings location in Shreveport-Bossier and 10% of the day’s proceeds from both restaurants will go to benefit the local club.  Wednesdays are usually Family Nights at Buffalo Wild Wings. Additional activities from 6pm-8pm on April 18th include face painting and a crafts table for kids.

 

Buffalo Wild Wings is a national partner of The Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Locally, the team at the restaurants in Shreveport-Bossier support the Shreveport club’s sports teams.  For more information, contact Sara Kleinecke.

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