Konza United Way Restaurant Week Begins

MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) – The first Konza United Way Restaurant Week started today, with over 750 passports distributed throughout the community.

For a donation of just five dollars, community members will receive their Restaurant Week Passport, which unlocks secret menu items and discounts at 20 Manhattan-area restaurants.

In each restaurant, participants will receive a sticker for their passport, and at the end of the restaurant week, the passport can be handed in for the chance to win prizes.

All funds raised during Restaurant Week will be donated to the Konza United Way Community Impact Fund, which provides health, education and financial stability assistance.

“Not only can we support our local restaurants, encourage people to go out, be social, but also give back to some of our most needy areas in the community.” Konza United Way Executive Director Tara Claussen said.

“It’s great to be able to support the local community with a great program that also benefits us as local restaurateurs, so it’s great to be a part of that. Nico’s Little Italy director Nicolette Unruh said.

There is still time for you to get your restaurant week passport here.

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