Thursday, May 25, 2017

Help Willy’s Mexicana Grill Raise $22K in 22 Days for Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta

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Morgan Lanier or Olivia Tuttle
Melissa Libby & Associates

Donate $5, Get $5 Coupon During 22nd Anniversary Celebration June 1-22

ATLANTA (May 25, 2017) – For the last two years, Willy’s Mexicana Grill has turned its birthday into a chance to give back to the community. After raising $20,000 for Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta in 2015 and $21,000 in 2016, Atlanta’s first (and still best) burrito restaurant celebrates turning 22 this year by offering customers the opportunity to help raise $22,000 for the organization in just 22 days.

Starting June 1, customers who donate $5 or more to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta’s Workforce Development Program will receive a coupon for $5 off their next visit. Every contribution directly benefits this local program, which provides high school students with volunteer and leadership opportunities that will help prepare them for successful careers.

“During the month of June, stopping in at Willy’s for our birthday celebration is a gift that keeps on giving,” says Willy’s founder Willy Bitter. “Not only do you get to enjoy the good feeling of supporting a worthy cause, but you also get a coupon good for $5 worth of our signature, fresh-made favorites.”

Bitter adds, “Best of all, our customers’ donations will have an impact in their own communities. If you make a donation in Athens, Columbus or Cartersville, that money will go directly to the clubs in those neighborhoods. You could be contributing to the future success of someone you see every day.”

The fundraiser runs through June 22 at all Willy's restaurants. The coupon may be used for a future visit to all locations except Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

About Willy’s Mexicana Grill
Willy’s Mexicana Grill was started by Willy Bitter, an entrepreneur who fell in love with California-style burritos after living in San Francisco and visiting the Mission District in the 1990s. He brought the idea for a new style of fast-casual Mexican restaurant back to Atlanta and opened his first Willy’s in 1995. Willy’s is growing responsibly and steadily, with 31 restaurants presently in the metro Atlanta area as well as Athens, Cartersville and Columbus, Georgia. For more information, visit


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