SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sizzler:
|WHO:||National Veterans Transition Services workshop participants and leaders, representatives from the San Diego Chamber of Commerce, Sizzler USA Chief Executive Kerry Kramp and other dignitaries.|
|WHAT:||To celebrate the opening of its first-ever “Market Grill” restaurant, Sizzler is hosting a breakfast to kickoff a fundraising campaign for National Veterans Transition Services. Invited veterans will be Sizzler’s guests and will participate in a ribbon cutting.|
|WHEN:||Thurs., April 17. Breakfast from 9:30-10:30 a.m. Ribbon cutting at 10:45 a.m.|
|WHERE:||Sizzler, 3755 Murphy Canyon Rd., San Diego, California 92123|
REBOOT Workshops assist members of the military in making the social and career transition from years of service by addressing their fears and “re-booting” their skills. The workshop features three weeks of education designed to enhance and build upon their training, experience and skills to prepare them for life after the military.
Vets who will be able to attend REBOOT because of the Sizzler campaign, as well as graduates, will be available for interviews.
Between April 16 and 30, Sizzler’s new Market Grill restaurant will donate 10 percent of its sales to National Veterans Transition Services. Donations from guests also will be collected, with all proceeds going to pay for REBOOT Workshops. The goal is to raise $12,500, which will pay for five vets to attend the next workshop that begins May 27. Members of the public may donate to the campaign at https://www.stayclassy.org/checkout/donation?eid=32843.
The Sizzler Market Grill concept combines the freshness and variety of a farmer’s market with the history and tradition of Sizzler’s steak, seafood and salad bar, with an updated and expanded menu focusing on healthy, made-to-order options. Locally sourced produce is used when available. The completely remodeled restaurant features a display kitchen and state-of-the-art technology, including digital menu boards and computer tablets that provide information on everything from calorie counts to allergens. More than $800,000 was spent converting a previous Sizzler restaurant into the Market Grill. Click here to read more about the Market Grill concept.