Bojangles raises funds for scholarships for military with camouflage-themed Big Bo Box
QSR to donate $1 for every box in partnership with Folds of Honor
Bojangles will feature its Big Bo Box in camouflage-designed packaging to raise funds for military academic scholarships. During National Military Month and in June, the fried-chicken QSR chain will donate $1 to Folds of Honor for every camouflaged-theme-box sold. The organization has awarded more than 29,000 academic scholarships totaling $145 million, with 41 percent going to minority students.
“One of our pillars at Bojangles is a commitment to give back to our military community, and we know this is very important to our fans as well, so we’re thrilled to unveil our limited-time-only, camo-themed box and announce our partnership with Folds of Honor,” said Ken Reynolds, corporate and community affairs director for Bojangles. “This promotion gives everyone the opportunity to thank our heroes by enjoying delicious, family-style meals that help our military families.”
Guests can order the camo Big Bo Box Bojangles family meal, with a choice of eight, 12 or 20 pieces of hand-breaded, Cajun-spiced chicken; Southern fixins; buttermilk biscuits; and a half-gallon of Legendary Iced Tea. The camo-designed Big Bo Boxes are available through June 27.
Over the years, Bojangles has committed its support to military communities and literacy—two essential pillars of the Charlotte, N.C.-based restaurant company. Folds of Honors provides educational scholarships to families of fallen and wounded soldiers.
“These military families deserve and need our help. I’m grateful to our friends at Bojangles for this innovative idea and for their support and commitment,” said Lt Col Dan Rooney, founder and chief executive of Folds of Honor. They understand the needs of these qualified students.”
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