L&L 76-cent plates for Goodwill at the Keeaumoku location | Business
HONOLULU, Hawaii (June 10, 2013) – For the eighth year, L&L Drive-Inn/L&L Hawaiian Barbecue® brings back its annual 76-cent plate lunch celebration on Thursday, June 13, 2013 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at its Keeaumoku Street (in Walmart), Honolulu location only.
All proceeds from this event will be donated to Goodwill Industries of Hawaii, supporting their mission - to help people with employment barriers to reach their full potential and become self-sufficient. Goodwill has provided job training and job placement services in Hawaii since 1959.
Pepsi fountain drinks will also be offered at 10-cents each. The first ten customers in line will receive a month’s supply of Pepsi drinks and the first 100 customers will receive a free L&L t-shirt. Also, L&L and 76 Hawaii will be giving away free discount gas cards during the event.
Last year’s celebration included more than 1,500 participants. People started lining up as early as 12:00 am for the low-priced plate lunch deal.
L&L offers selected plate lunches for 76-cents to commemorate the opening of the first L&L Drive-Inn in the year 1976. L&L has chosen Goodwill Industries of Hawaii as the event recipient since the beginning, because of their valuable services they provide to the community. To learn more about Goodwill Industries of Hawaii visit www.higoodwill.org.
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