Applebee’s to help raise money for Autism Speaks

Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar will host a series of fundraisers next month to help raise money for Autism Speak.

On April 2, participating Applebee’s locations in Florida and Georgia will host flapjack breakfasts to help kick off the fundraiser, which is being held in conjunction with Autism Awareness Month.

Applebee's in Port St. Lucie boasts a fun, lively atmosphere and a wide assortment of family-friendly food.

Applebee’s in Port St. Lucie boasts a fun, lively atmosphere and a wide assortment of family-friendly food.

For $10, guests will receive a platter that includes flapjacks, scrambled eggs, sausage and a beverage. The Applebee’s in Greenacres is expected to participate in the fundraiser.

Tickets can be purchased by calling or visiting the participating Applebee’s, and advanced reservations are required as seating is limited. Children under the age of 2 are admitted free of charge.

“Applebee’s is proud to partner with the great people at Autism Speaks,” said Marc Prince, director of operations, Applebee’s in Florida and Georgia. “It is easy to support this cause and we encourage our guests to participate in the various fundraising opportunities we are offering to raise awareness and funds for this outstanding organization.”

In addition, throughout the month of April, all Doherty Enterprises’ Applebee’s locations in Florida and Georgia will sell paper puzzle pieces to guests for a minimum suggested donation of $5.00 with proceeds directly benefiting Autism Speaks.

From March 28 through April 3, those who donate will receive a $10 bonus card to use during their next Applebee’s purchase.

Applebee’s will also donate $.25 from sales of its Blue Skyy Electric Lemonade with Skyy Vodka and Blue Moon draft beer, with Skyy Vodka and Miller Coors also donating $.25 from the sale of each lemonade and draft beer to support the cause.

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