New Quaker Steak Wings to Support Music Programs
WESTLAKE, Ohio – Between July 29 and Sept. 30, all Quaker Steak & Lube restaurants will donate 50 cents for every order of its new size of chicken wings – Bangin’ Drums – to the Spirit of Harmony Foundation.
The foundation was founded by Todd Rundgren, famous for the song “Bang the Drum on All Day,” in 2013 to “match the practical needs of music education programs with the resources that will help them excel.”
Quaker Steak’s new wing size, available at all restaurants by Aug. 14, are three times larger than its current largest size. Select restaurants will have the wings Saturday in celebration of National Chicken Wing Day.
“We’re excited to be partnering with Mr. Rundgren and his Spirit of Harmony music foundation,” said Andi Rice, marketing director of restaurants for TA Restaurant Group, which owns Quaker Steak. “In addition to our award winning food, we’re known for live music and entertainment and are proud to support music education as is he.”
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