April is Autism Awareness month and many restaurants are taking part in the Dine Out for Autism program. PDQ (People Dedicated to Quality) and Autism Speaks have partnered together to raise $25,000 to help support continued research and advocacy for Autism Awareness. During the month of April, all Houston area PDQ restaurants will be donating $2 from every Spicy Buffalo Tenders Combo Meal sold. The sandwich includes two crispy chicken tenders on a brioche bun with lettuce and buffalo bleu sauce. The combo includes your choice of hand-cut fries or blueberry cole slaw and a beverage.
PDQ is fast casual type restaurant that features hand-breaded chicken tenders, hand-tossed salads, made to order sandwiches, and hand-spun milkshakes. They have a unique open kitchen which allows guests to see their order being prepared from start to finish. All menu item are under $10 and PDQ offers dine in seating as well as drive thru service. PDQ is open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner.
Autism is a general term for a group of complex brain disorders and it is estimated that 1 in 68 children in the U.S. is on the autism spectrum. Founded in 2005, Autism Speaks, is dedicated to funding research for causes, prevention, treatment and one day a cure for autism. To learn more about Autism speaks, visit www.autismspeaks.org.
We all know at least one person affected by Autism, so this month Go Bleu with PDQ.
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