Our client Kerbey Lane Cafe announced it will open a restaurant in the heart of the Central Austin development of Mueller in fall 2018, which will be their eighth location. Thank you to the Austin American-Statesman and reporter Gary Dinges for your excellent coverage of this exciting news. You can read the entire story at https://atxne.ws/2vtn2Ie.
‘Cakes for a Cure’ at all seven locations, Oct. 3- 31
During October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Kerbey Lane Cafe will serve pink pancakes and donate all of the proceeds to Breast Cancer Resource Center of Texas. Kerbey Lane will also donate all proceeds from its limited edition “Cakes for a Cure” T-shirts.
The pink pancakes Kerbey Lane will feature during this year’s “Cakes for a Cure” are:
- Oct. 4-10: Strawberry Confetti
- Oct. 11-17: Strawberry Banana
- Oct. 18-24: Chocolate Covered Strawberry
- Oct. 25-31: Strawberry Lemon Chiffon
Now through the end of September, Kerbey Lane Cafe will donate $1 from every Crispy Chicken Benedict and Green Chile Mac & Cheese sold at its seven locations to the Austin Community Foundation Central Texas Long-Term Hurricane Recovery Fund. Read more
Kerbey Lane Cafe donated a total of 18,012 meals to Central Texans in need through its “Hot Cakes for Hunger” drive benefiting Central Texas Food Bank (CTFB), which took place at all seven of its locations July 16-29.
During the campaign, Kerbey Lane donated all proceeds from its specialty pancakes to the food bank, as well as an additional 824 pounds of pancake mix. Kerbey Lane team members presented CTFB with the check from the proceeds and boxes of pancake mix, and helped sort nearly 6,700 pounds of food during their team-building volunteer day at the food bank on August 8. Read more
Kerbey Lane Cafe will host a “Hot Cakes for Hunger” fundraiser at all seven of its locations July 16-29, with all proceeds from its specialty pancakes benefiting Central Texas Food Bank. Kerbey Lane will also donate pancake mix to CTFB for every dollar of proceeds from its specialty pancakes. Read more
We are thrilled to have three of our clients win their categories at the Austin Under 40 Awards on Saturday: Amy Mills of Emancipet, Mason Ayer of Kerbey Lane Cafe, and Larkin Tackett of IDEA Public Schools. To find out the other winners, read the Austin Business Journal’s article about the awards. Read more
The Austin Independent Business Alliance unveiled the nominees for its 2017 Armadillo Awards, and five of Brenda Thompson Communications’ clients are nominated in the various award categories celebrating our city’s favorite businesses. Read more
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