Eat at Scully’s Bar and Grille April 21-27 and 10 percent of tab goes to help Autism Society of NC

Press release

From the Autism Society of North Carolina

Dine-out at Scully’s Bar and Grille to support the Autism Society of North Carolina!
April 19, 2013 (Asheville, NC) — Scully’s Bar and Grille (13 Walnut Street, downtown) will donate 10 percent of the proceeds from guest checks from Sunday, April 21 through Saturday, April 27 to the Autism Society of North Carolina (ASNC) in celebration of Autism Awareness Month.

Scully’s ( ), a family-owned local favorite, has been part of Asheville’s rich and eclectic food and beverage scene for eight years. Paige and Danny Scully created ‘Serving For Charity’ to give back to the community by recognizing and supporting the area’s non-profit organizations with events throughout the year. “We’re excited to jump-start our non-profit fundraisers with an event benefiting the Autism Society of NC. We look forward to bringing the Scully’s experience to our guests while partnering for a good cause,” says Paige.

The bar and grille will top the week off on Saturday the 27th with a Spring Fling Courtyard BBQ. For $10 patrons will enjoy a plate of Scully’s Smoked BBQ, live music, games, prizes, and of-course great food. The festivities will take place from 4:00pm-8:00pm; with a raffle drawing at 7:00pm for prizes including a pair of Beer City Festival tickets! A portion of all proceeds from the Scully’s Spring Fling will also go to the ASNC to benefit families in western North Carolina.

*Raffle tickets may be purchased separately throughout the week for $5 and ticket holders do not need to be present to win.


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