CSFD and Red Robin Gourmet Burgers Help Educate Families about Fire Safety ...
as Part of National Fire Prevention Week, October 9-15
Local Red Robin restaurants host ninth annual fundraiser to raise awareness about fire prevention and safety
WHO: The Colorado Springs Fire Department, Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Inc. (Red Robin), and the greater Colorado Springs community
WHAT: Red Robin restaurants in Colorado Springs will donate 50 cents to the Colorado Springs Fire Department from every Gourmet Burger and Chicken Sandwich sold from Oct. 9 through Oct. 15 to support its ongoing children's programs.
WHEN: Oct.9-15, 2011 - Red Robin restaurants will support the Colorado Springs Fire Department's fire prevention programs. Visit www.redrobin.com for restaurant locations and hours.
WHERE: The "Life Safety Classroom" schedule for National Fire Prevention Week:
- Wed., Oct. 12 - 5 to 8 p.m., Broadmoor Red Robin, 2230 Southgate Road, (719) 447-8810
- Thurs., Oct. 13 - 5 to 8 p.m., Chapel Hills Red Robin, 1410 Jamboree Drive, (719) 598-2473
- Fri., Oct. 14 - 5 to 8 p.m.., Powers Red Robin, 3770 Bloomington St., (719) 622-8157
MEDIA: We encourage media to visit the following Red Robin restaurant on Oct. 12 for interviews and photos:
Broadmoor Red Robin
2230 Southgate Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
This October marks the ninth year Red Robin® restaurants are partnering with the Colorado Springs Fire Department to educate children about fire safety during National Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 9-15, 2011. During the week, the "Smoke Trailer," which teaches children how to safely exit a burning home and call for help during an emergency, will visit Colorado Springs Red Robin restaurants to provide families with the opportunity to learn about fire safety.Red Robin is committed to making a difference in the communities it serves, and is proud to support the Colorado Springs Fire Department and Fire Prevention Week. Red Robin restaurants in Colorado Springs have donated more than $44,000 to the Colorado Springs Fire Department's children?s programs over the past eight years.