The Fairbury Runza Restaurant will be hosting a fundraising event to benefit the Bonham Theatre Project on Tuesday, March 12th. On that day, the Fairbury Runza Restaurant will donate 25% of sales to the Bonham Theatre Project’s Capital Campaign to raise funds for the restoration of Fairbury’s historic movie theatre.
The Fairbury Runza Restaurant opens at 10:30 am and 25% of all sales for the entire day (drive thru, dine in and carry out) will be donated.. “Runza is proud to be part of the Fairbury community and we look forward to supporting this historic restoration project. Movie fans of all ages will benefit from this effort for many years to come,” stated Becky Perrett, Director of Marketing for Runza National.
Bonham Theatre Project board members and volunteers will be on hand that day during peak hours to visit with patrons and provide updates about the project. “We are still looking to recruit more members, collect information and photos of the Bonham Theatre and we invite everyone to eat at Runza that day and share your memories of the theatre with us,” according to BTP board member, Gene Thomas. “We appreciate Runza’s commitment to our community and gratefully accept this generous gift.”
Runza Restaurants – famous for the Runza Sandwich with its delicious blend of ground beef, cabbage, onions and secret spices baked inside homemade bread, made-to-order hamburgers, and double dipped onion rings – operates and franchises 80 restaurants in Nebraska, Colorado, Iowa and Kansas.