Raising Cane’s Celebrates 10 Years in Lincoln
The first restaurant opened on July 14, 2006 and since that day Jennifer and Justin Jones—owners of the Lincoln and Grand Island Raising Cane’s restaurants—set out to make a change in their restaurants’ communities. Throughout the years, they’ve helped thousands and have given back over $1 million to the Lincoln community.
This year, as Raising Cane’s celebrates their 10-year anniversary in Lincoln, the Joneses are giving back to the community that has given so much to them, but not in their typical fashion. Customers will have a chance to win a trip to three of Jennifer and Justin’s favorite places—it’s their way of sharing a part of who they are and what they love with a handful of lucky winners in the community that means so much to them.
To kick things off, the first trip will pay homage to their Louisiana roots and take two people to New Orleans, a city where they both lived, worked, loved and survived hurricane Katrina. Over the next two weeks they’ll be giving away trips to New York City and rounding the celebration out with a family vacation for four on a Disney Cruise.
All trips include round-trip airfare, hotel accommodations, allowance for unique entertainment experiences and additional spending money. Each week a different trip will be given away and customers can register-to-win weekly in all Lincoln restaurants.
Additionally, on the day of their 10-year anniversary—July 14—the first 100 dine-in customers at each Lincoln and Grand Island restaurant will receive a commemorative 10-year t-shirt and all dine-in customers will be able to register to win Free Cane’s for a Year—one winner will be drawn from each Lincoln and Grand Island restaurant.
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