Smokey Mo's BBQ delivers 425 meals donated by the Austin Community
For Immediate ReleaseAnnie Pierce, Director of Marketing
Smokey Mo’s BBQ delivers a gift of 425 meals from the
Austin community to Cedar Park Regional Medical Center.
(CEDAR PARK, Texas, Tuesday, May 5, 2020) Smokey Mo’s BBQ is proud to be delivering a gift from the greater Austin community to the healthcare heroes at Cedar Park Regional Medical Center today. Three hundred and fifty meals will be brought for the day staff and seventy-five for the night staff. Smokey Mo’s President Jim Oetting noted, “This really is a gift from the people of Austin who contributed, sometimes one meal at a time, to our Mo’Nation Donation campaign.”
Last month, Smokey Mo’s began an initiative called Mo’Nation Donation, where anyone could sponsor meals for workers impacted the most by the Corona Virus. “Mo’Nation Donation really seems to have resonated with people,” explained Annie Pierce, Smokey Mo’s Director of Marketing. “I think it’s hard to know how to make a difference when you’re stuck at home.” Anyone interested in donating can visit SmokeyMosBBQ.com, choose the number of meals they’d like to sponsor and Smokey Mo’s will take care of the rest.
In an email, Laura Balla, Cedar Park Regional Medical Center’s Director of Marketing wrote, “Thank you so much for the generous donation of meals to our staff. It will truly make their day.” “We sure hope so,” said Jim Oetting. “We just want to let all those working the frontline know how much we appreciate everything they’re doing.”
Smokey Mo’s BBQ is Central Texas BBQ, born and bred. The first Smokey Mo’s BBQ was opened 20 years ago in Cedar Park and has since grown to include 16 neighborhood stores from Georgetown to San Antonio, and Boerne to Conroe. Smokey Mo’s BBQ places particular importance in staying actively involved in all their local communities.