Tiffin, Ohio — The Salvation Amy Tiffin Citadel has announced a partnership with Buffalo Wild Wings – Tiffin to help save Christmas in Tiffin and Seneca County.
The owners of Buffalo Wild Wings – Tiffin, Mike and Lori Mastro, have partnered with The Salvation of Tiffin Citadel to donate 15% of the proceeds from all gift cards sold at the Tiffin Buffalo Wild Wings store through the end of the year.
Customers who purchase gift cards worth more than $25 in value will also receive a $5 bonus gift card, while supplies last. The Mastros have a goal of donating $6,000 to the Salvation Army.
Along with this partnership they will also be displaying an Angel Tree that will allow customers to sponsor children in Tiffin and Seneca County for Christmas by purchasing gifts for them.
Lt. Jimmy Hughes said they are grateful for this local partnership. “As new residents of Tiffin and Seneca County, we understand how critical it is to work hand-and-hand with community partners to support those in need.”
Mike Mastro has deep ties to Salvation Army. “My mother was a long-time supporter of Salvation Army and I saw first hand the impact they had on our local community. Lori and I are grateful for Lt. Jimmy and Marcella Hughes and the work they do in this community.”
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