West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) September 09, 2013
Charitydine.com, based in South Florida, has announced today that it will be launching its dining discount program in Philadelphia, PA. Charitydine.com issues deeply discounted dining certificates to consumers, while donating 15% of all sales to various well known nationally accredited charities.
Some of the charities partnered with Charitydine.com are Hospice, American Lung Association, Animal Rescue, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Diabetes Research and Autism Speaks. 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. Charity Dine is truly a win-win-win program for the animals, for the socially conscious public, and for participating restaurants.”
What truly makes CharityDine.com special is that it benefits all parties involved. “We have created a company that has formed a happy marriage between customers, restaurants and charities,” said company President Andrew Zorn. “Everybody wins.” Zorn points out that restaurants do not pay CharityDine.com for its services, but he constantly hears they are grateful for the opportunity to partner with them.
“Waterway Cafe wanted to be associated with CharityDine.com because of how their program gives back to the community and reaches the clientele that we would love to have enjoy a dining experience with us,” said Rich Gagliardi, general manager of the high profile Waterway Cafe in Palm Beach Gardens, FL.
While the official launch date has not yet been released for Philadelphia, it is widely expected to go live in October 2013.
Charitydine.com has been very successful and well publicized in its 2 ½ years of operation, leading to large financial contributions to many charities in need, while connecting patrons with restaurants, many of which are Zagat Rated.
For more information, go to http://www.charitydine.com.