City Barbeque Serves Food-Insecure Families in Durham

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In honor of National Barbeque Month in May, Ohio-based barbecue chain City Barbecue distributed its award-winning meats and scratch-made sides to food-insecure families in seven states, including North Carolina. On May 7, City Barbeque teammates served pulled pork, pulled chicken, macaroni and cheese, and green beans with bacon to 25 people at Families Moving Forward, a Durham shelter that offers a temporary home to homeless families with children.

“We take care of our communities year-round, and we’re always looking for opportunities to share our food with folks who might not be able to enjoy it otherwise,” says City Barbeque founder and CEO Rick Malir. “National Barbecue Month is an annual reminder to really focus on how our teams can serve and create happiness for as many folks as possible.” Learn more at citybbq.com.

 

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