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Eat for the Cure @ Tonyburgers



Through this Friday, July 8th, Tonyburgers locations will be supporting CureSearch, devoted to researching and finding a cure for children's cancer. --- In July of 2010, Cami Carver, niece of Tonyburgers owners Chris and Nicole Carver, was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Thus began Tonyburgers partnership with CureSearch for Childhood Cancer.

From now until Friday, Tonyburgers is sponsoring Eat for the Cure and donating 100 percent of ALL proceeds from both locations (Centerville and Salt Lake City) to CureSearch for Childhood Cancer. In addition, the Salt Lake City TonyBurgers location will host a CureSearch walk party on Friday, July 8, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. where the public can win raffle prizes, meet the cancer kids and more, including a lemonade stand.