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Do Good for Dorien! Hurricane Relief Benefit Set at Common Man Restaurants Accross NH
In response to the devastating damage left behind by Hurricane Dorian, New Hampshire’s Common Man family of restaurants is hosting a one-day, company-wide fundraiser to benefit hurricane relief efforts.
On Wednesday, September 11, The Common Man will donate 25% of all food sales from its 15 restaurants throughout the state, plus the food courts at The Common Man Roadside at the welcome centers north and south on I-93 in Hooksett, to the American Red Cross and local hurricane relief organizations in communities hardest hit by Hurricane Dorian.
Guests who don’t have time to stay and dine can stop by the host stand of any restaurant to make a donation that day. Take out orders will also qualify for the benefit.
“People who work in this industry have a heart for hospitality, and that knows no borders,” said Common Man Vice President Diane Downing, who spearheaded organizing the fundraiser. “We’re here in New Hampshire, but we have a universal responsibility to offer help when it’s needed.”
Common Man owner Alex Ray flew to the Bahamas on Wednesday to volunteer in areas that were particularly hit hard by the storm.