Dine Out Michigan joins the fight against AIDS

By |2018-01-16T04:53:15-05:00June 11th, 2009|News|

On Friday June 12, Dine Out Michigan is giving people across the southeast region of Michigan the opportunity to fight AIDS by doing something they frequently do – enjoy a meal at a favorite restaurant.
More than 70 restaurants across the region will participate in the 14th annual Dine Out benefit. Restaurants will donate up to 10 percent of that day’s breakfast, lunch and dinner sales to the Michigan AIDS Coalition, Michigan’s largest non-profit AIDS education and prevention organization. Participating restaurants include several B.D.’s Mongolian Barbeque locations, Antonio’s Cucina Italiana in Dearborn Heights, Woodward Avenue Bruwers, Como’s, Meriwethers, Metro Deli Cafe and more.
MAC is the result of a recent merger between the Midwest AIDS Prevention Project and the Michigan AIDS Fund. It was this merger, which raises the quality and quantity of services offered, that will motivate even more people to patronize these concerned and engaged restaurants.
By simply eating out, diners help in the fight against AIDS. Dine Out has raised more than $300,000 and has gained the support of more than 300 restaurants in the last 14 years.
Dine Out Michigan is presented by the MetroTimes, and is sponsored by FOX2 News and Between the Lines.
For more information about Dine Out Michigan, or for a complete list of participating restaurants, visit http://www.dineoutmichigan.org or call MAC at 248-545-1435.

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