Mugshots Opens with Fundraiser in Auburn

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Mugshots Grill & Bar opened the doors to location No. 12 the morning of Sept.16 morning in Auburn, Alabama.  

The weekend prior, Mugshots partnered with Twin Cedars Child Advocacy Center for the restaurant's pre-opening fundraising event.  

"The Mugshots brand is committed to giving back to our communities," says Mugshots Grill & Bar COO Chris Banchero. "Each and every time you purchase a burger at Mugshots, a portion of each sale goes to our non-profit organization, Making Life Grand, which gives back to local charities and organizations throughout each community we are part of. This time we are excited to partner with Twin Cedars Child Advocacy Center as we truly believe in their mission of helping children in need."

The 'Eat Good, Give Back' fundraiser proved to be successful this past weekend as Mugshots of Auburn donated a check to Twin Cedars in the amount of $10,185 in a check presentation earlier this morning before opening the doors to the public.  

"We were extremely excited to see the support from the local Auburn-Opelika community for our 'Eat Good, Give Back' fundraiser this past weekend," says Will Taylor, director of marketing for Mugshots Grill & Bar. "Giving back to our local communities is of the upmost importance to us, and we look forward to continuing that tradition here in the Auburn-Opelika area." 

"We are thrilled about this partnership with Mugshots Grill and Bar. Their willingness to go above and beyond to give back to our local community is truly spectacular," says Samantha Link, PR/marketing and development specialist for Twin Cedars Youth & Family Services.

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