October 19, 2010

I Eat to Stop MS


On November 21st I’ll be running to stop multiple sclerosis. Tomorrow, October 20th, I’ll be eating to stop MS. Now who can’t get behind that?

Come out to Iron Hill in Media, PA and join me. Iron Hill in Media has a Give 20 program where they donate 20% of their food sales from one night to a certain organization. On October 20th they’ll be donating 20% to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society!

So here are the details:
* Wednesday, October 20th from 5pm to 10pm. I recommend making a reservation (610) 627-9000
* Iron Hill on 30 E State St, Media, PA
* Diners must present the Give 20 coupon for the food sales to count

Download the GIVE 20 coupon.

The food is excellent and the staff is superb. This is a great opportunity to eat delicious food for a wonderful cause.

Print and hand out coupons to your friends, family, exercise buddies, co-workers, church group, strangers, etc. Bring your kids, your friends, your friends’ kids and your kids’ friends. If you know someone who only goes out to a nice restaurant once a month, THIS is their date night.


p.s. If you didn’t already know, Iron Hill is also a brewery with award-winning beers, a full bar, and TVs so no worries about missing a single second of the game! Note that only FOOD sales go towards the Give 20. Or just get some dinner before the game. Takeout also applies – just make sure you use that coupon!

If you can’t make it out, go here to donate directly.

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society will use funds collected from your pledge to support cutting edge research projects, as well as provide programs which address the needs of people living with MS today. Because we can do something about MS and donations to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society are helping to change the world right now, we are getting closer to the hour when no one will have to hear the words, “You have MS.”

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