White Castle treats health care workers to free sliders

Fast food chain White Castle is showing its appreciation for the men and women on the front lines of the coronavirus battle with some free food.

News 12 Staff

Apr 8, 2020, 11:34 AM

Updated 1,471 days ago

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White Castle treats health care workers to free sliders
Fast food chain White Castle is showing its appreciation for the men and women on the front lines of the coronavirus battle with some free food.
From April 7 to April 30, White Castle will give out free combo meals to health care workers and EMTs.
They say health care workers just need to show a work ID.
In addition, White Castle says it will also be delivering Crave Cases of sliders to hospitals and other health care facilities in regions where White Castle has restaurants.
“In the midst of this pandemic, health care workers have put it all on the line to serve and take care of us. Now it’s our turn to serve them,” says Jamie Richardson, vice president at White Castle.


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