For Immediate Release
Contact: Louise OldenKamp, www.EvenStevens.com, email@example.com
Just a year after opening their Boise location, Even Stevens Boise has been able to donate one hundred thousand sandwiches to four local non-profit organizations with the buy-one-give-one model, these four non-profits include: The Idaho Foodbank, Boise Rescue Mission, Corpus Christi House, and St. Vincent de Paul. Samuel Grenny,
Engagement Director for Even Stevens Sandwiches notes “When our team made its first trip to Boise in late 2015 to consider it for a future home for Even Stevens we fell in love at first site. Downtown Boise was everything we dreamed of in a community partner – a progressive culinary scene, thriving craft brewers and roasters, and an absolutely astounding commitment to local art (Freak Alley… need I say more?). What sold us on Boise initially was that it is just so damn cool. So it comes as no surprise to us that Even Stevens Boise just set the record for fastest location in company history to reach 100 thousand sandwiches donated. “Even Stevens remains an inspiring community partner! We truly appreciate the wide scope and positive impact Even Stevens continues to have on our community. Be assured that the essential and high quality food supplies you provide are being put to good use and meet the foundational needs of our hungry and homeless guests on a daily basis. Thank you for your commitment to quality and community!” – Jason Billester, Boise Rescue Mission
What we do each day depends on our community, “we are grateful. We are speechless. We cannot do what we do without our customers – or rather, our contributors – and we are overwhelmed by the number of Boiseans who helped make this possible. We literally cannot wait to see what the future holds.”-Grenny
Even Stevens Boise will celebrate hitting this milestone on May 1st by handing out commemorative T-shirts, dancing to beats from a DJ, and engaging guests in conversation about the amazing non-profit partners they work with every day. Even Stevens, a Salt Lake City craft-casual restaurant, serves up sandwiches, salads, bites and local fair (beer, specialty coffee, bread, bakery sweets) unique to each store’s location. By offering fresh perspectives on nostalgic recipes, the “anti-cookie cutter” brand honors tradition while leaving an open door for creativity.
Beyond creating a craft dining experience for guests, the brand donates a sandwich to a local non-profit partner for every sandwich sold. Since their conception in 2014, they are now donating more than 10,000 sandwiches per month within each market. Allowing non-profit partners to save cash on feeding clients and instead direct their resources towards life-changing programs."