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Wendy’s event to benefit Habitat for Humanity

Published 12:25pm Monday, December 3, 2012

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Wendy’s will be serving more than their famous hamburgers on Tuesday, December 4 when several of the restaurants host a “Burger Bash” to benefit Huntington WV Area Habitat for Humanity.

A portion of sales during the hours of 5:00-8:00 p.m. will be donated toward the ministry of Huntington WV Area Habitat for Humanity. Participating locations in West Virginia include: 5th Avenue, 16th Street Road, Route 60, Huntington Mall, Milton, and Point Pleasant. Participating locations in Ohio include: Gallipolis, Proctorville, and South Point.

Huntington WV Area Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit, ecumenical, Christian ministry, whose mission is to partner with qualified families in need and provide them the opportunity for safe, decent, and affordable housing. For more information on how to become involved or volunteer, please call (304)523-4822, visit us online at or follow us on Facebook at Huntington WV Area Habitat for Humanity.

The Wendy’s Company is the world’s third largest quick-service hamburger company. The Wendy’s system includes more than 6,500 franchise and company restaurants in the U.S. and 27 countries and U.S. territories worldwide. For more information visit, or

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