Charitydine.com Announces Restaurant Partnerships in Broward County, Florida

Charitydine.com has established a strong presence in Broward County, Florida.

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West Palm Beach, Florida (PRWEB) October 25, 2013

Charitydine.com, an industry leader in connecting restaurants and patrons for the benefit of charity has established a strong presence in Broward County Florida. Primary examples for whom Charitydine.com markets, are JB’s on the Beach, Deerfield Beach managed by Scott Moen, Ireland’s Steakhouse , Weston managed by Enrique Lopez and Two George’s, Deerfield Beach and Boynton Beach managed by Steve Skaggs. These restaurants, as well as many others cater to many of the website’s higher net worth clientele. Charitydine.com, as part of a routine survey, has received great feedback from its membership, many of whom have come to the website by virtue of their charity partners sending emails to their many philanthropic contributors.

Customers are motivated to spend their money at these locations after purchasing 60% off dining certificates from Charitydine.com. Unlike Groupon and Livingsocial, Charitydine.com protects its restaurant partners with minimum purchase and gratuity requirements, which is why their program has been widely accepted by south Florida restaurants and soon launching in Philadelphia.

“I am so thankful to Charitydine.com for recommending JB’s on the Beach, Two George’s and many others. I now go to these amazing restaurants with many of my friends quite frequently; love the food and that a percentage of the money I spend goes to the charity of my choice. This is truly the very best dining website in the country”, said Lisa H of Deerfield Beach, FL.

Other restaurants that Charitydine.com partners with in Broward County include Bravo Ristorante, Fort Lauderdale managed by Russell Dickson, Mario’s Catalina Restaurant, Fort Lauderdale managed by Ruben Ku and Sage Café, Fort Lauderdale owned by Mr. Laurent. These restaurants are just seven of the 200 dining spots offered by Charitydine.com in south Florida, that directly benefit charitable foundations.

Executive Director of Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League Rich Anderson is a beneficiary of the group of Charity Dine. “We are extremely diligent when approached with a fundraising or cause marketing opportunity,” said Mr. Anderson. “Because of the League’s strong brand awareness in the community we are presented with these opportunities almost daily. Our partnership with Charitydine.com has been one of the most beneficial promotional programs we’ve ever entered into…easy, seamless, and completely transparent. CharityDine is truly a win-win-win program for the animals, for the socially conscious public, and for participating restaurants.”

For further information contact http://www.charitydine.com


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