Benefit Dinner Proves Aloha Matters!

Benefit Dinner Proves Aloha Matters!

The Aloha Spirit was overflowing at the Cheeseburger Island Style Benefit Dinner on Monday!! Over FOUR HUNDRED people attended the event, which raised close to SEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS for the Healing Moves Foundation and The Transplant Network! We are so grateful to Laren Gartner and Edna Bayliff, the owners of the Cheeseburger Restaurants, for all that they have done for our organizations! We also would like to thank Executive Vice President Robert Kaskie, Vice President Doug Rainey and Cheeseburger Island Style Reno, General Manager Dwayne Raulerson.  We would like to extend a special note of appreciation to all of the waiters for donating their hard earned tips from that busy evening!  One thing is for sure:  All of the Cheeseburger Restaurant team members sure know how to throw a party!!  The food and drinks were awesome and the night was non-stop fun!!

Thank you to all of the Healing Moves Foundation members and sponsors who came to support our mission to help patients improve the quality of their lives!

In the photo: Reno Mayor Bob Cashell is seen supporting the Healing Moves Foundation while celebrating the pre-opening of Cheeseburger Island Style Restaurant with owners Laren Gartner and Edna Baliff, and executive vice president Robert Kaskie.

One Response to “Benefit Dinner Proves Aloha Matters!”

  1. J.P. says:

    The Cheeseburger Restaurant Benefit Dinner was a huge success! Thanks to everyone for your support and generous donations!! A very special thanks to the owners and staff of the Cheeseburger Island Style Restaurant. Welcome to Reno! We urge the community to support this fine business; the food and drinks are awesome!!

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