SHREWSBURY, Massachusetts – On Thursday March 20, 2014, the Providence Bruins teamed up with Wrentham Uno® to fundraise for non- profit organizations such as the Plainville Athletic League and King Philip Walpole youth hockey.
The two Providence Bruins players that attended the event were Adam Morrison a goal tender from Canada and Joe Lavin a defenseman from Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. Fans were able to meet and greet the Providence Bruins players and get an autographed card of their favorite Bruins player. There were over 75 children at the event.
“In addition to an exciting night with the Providence Bruins, every Tuesday night children eat Free off the children’s menu, with each purchase of an adult entrée, “states Steven Depot, General Manager of the Wrentham Uno®.
Fundraisers can get up to 20% of the total check average donated back to their non- profit organization. A dough raiser can be booked at your local Uno® restaurant any day of the week. The event raised over $300 for the Plainville Athletic League and $300 for the King Philip-Walpole Youth Hockey.
The Uno® story begins in Chicago in 1943 when Ike Sewell developed deep dish pizza and opened a new type of restaurant at the corner of Ohio and Wasbash. There are over 140 Uno Pizzeria and Grill restaurants found in 24 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, Honduras, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia. Please visit our website at www.unos.com.