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Posted on: January 4, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Support your Local Restaurants!

FINAL Restaurant Appreciation Week flyer

Taste of Broadview Heights Restaurant Appreciation Week flyer Restaurant Appreciation Week Flyer (PDF)

Press Release: 

The Broadview Heights Community Foundation is sponsoring The Taste of Broadview Heights RESTAURANT APPECIATION WEEK from January 22nd to January 31st.  The Broadview Heights Community Foundation wanted to give back to the community by supporting local restaurants that have been hit hard as a result of the pandemic.   In the past, restaurants and caterers from Brecksville, Broadview Heights, North Royalton, Seven Hills, Parma and Richfield shared their culinary talents at The Taste of Broadview Heights.   This year, The Broadview Heights Community Foundation is encouraging everyone to patronize any local restaurant in Brecksville, Broadview Heights, North Royalton, Seven Hills, Parma and Richfield, save your receipts over $25, write your contact information (including email) on the back of the receipts, and drop the receipts off in the red mail box in front of the main entrance of Broadview Heights City Hall.  With the receipts, you will be entered to win either an Apple iPad donated by The Broadview Heights Community Foundation or four new tires donated by Fuerst Automotive. All receipts must be dropped off by February 4, 2021.  The raffle drawing will take place on February 5, 2021 and the winners will be contacted.  In addition, those that drop off their receipts will receive a discount on 2022 Taste of Broadview Heights tickets.  

 The Broadview Heights Community Foundation is a qualified non-profit organization created by leading community members having the common interest to improve the quality of life in the City of Broadview Heights for the benefit of the residents. The purpose of the Foundation is to assist donors in building an enduring source of charitable funds to meet the changing needs and interests of Broadview Heights for its residents.   Over the years, the Foundation has donated over $47,000 to benefit the residents of Broadview Heights.  More information about The Broadview Heights Community Foundation can be found at the website  

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