Month-long fundraiser at Syracuse, Rochester, Watertown, Buffalo, Batavia & Vestal restaurants
In its sixth year as a major sponsor, Tully’s Good Times Restaurants will expand its fundraising effort and team up with law enforcement agencies to support the Special Olympics New York, specifically in the Central, Western, Northern New York and the Southern Tier. The goal is to raise $10,000 for the upcoming Special Olympics New York Summer Games.
Each Thursday in May, Tully’s will donate a portion of every “Tully’s Tender,” Buffalo chicken tender and Asian chicken tender dinners sold.
“This is our sixth year working with Special Olympics New York and our relationship just keeps growing,” said Sam Bregande from Tully’s Good Times.
"I think it's outstanding that Tully’s and the local law enforcement dedicate their time and resources to do this," said Stacey Hengsterman, president and CEO of Special Olympics New York. “We couldn’t do what we do without these amazing community leaders. Thank you, Tully’s, we are grateful.”
Special Olympics New York is the largest statewide Special Olympics chapter in the country, serving nearly 68,000 athletes across New York with year-round sports training, athletic competition and health screenings. The organization also partners with nearly 150 schools statewide to offer unified sports. All Special Olympics New York programs are offered at no cost to athletes, their families or caregivers. Learn more at specialolympicsny.org and #SpecialOlympicsNY.
Established in Batavia in 1991, Tully’s Good Times are locally owned and operated, sports-themed, casual dining restaurants with a family atmosphere. With 12 locations throughout New York, Tully’s is proud to be a staple of life in Central and Western New York. Tully’s features a unique menu, drink specials, more than 80 TVs per location showing all sports all the time, and game rooms to entertain the whole family. For more information, including the full menu, list of locations, gift cards and directions, visit www.tullysgoodtimes.com.