CALIFORNIA PIZZA KITCHEN TO DONATE 20 PERCENT OF SALES DEC. 1-2 TO SUPPORT FAMILY OF FALLEN DOWNEY POLICE OFFICER, RICKY GALVEZ
What: All California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) locations in Southern California will be hosting a two-day fundraiser on Tuesday, December 1 and Wednesday, December 2 to raise money in support of fallen Downey Police Officer Ricky Galvez in partnership with Badge 2 Badge.
To participate, diners must bring and present the fundraiser flyer (below) to their server, and CPK will donate 20 percent of sales from each guest’s bill.
In addition, CPK’s Mobile Kitchen will be parked downtown at LAPD Police Headquarters serving food to support the fundraising efforts.
When: Tuesday, December 1 and Wednesday, December 2
From open to close of business
Tuesday, December 1- 11AM to 2PM CPK Mobile Kitchen will be at LAPD Headquarters parked on First Street just W/O Main.
Wednesday, December 2- 11AM to 2PM CPK Mobile Kitchen will be at Rampart Community Police Station parked in the Visitors Parking Lot at 1401 W. 6th Street.
Promoting positive change and doing good in the communities it serves is part of CPK’s DNA. In 1985, California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) opened its first restaurant in Beverly Hills and introduced diners to innovative California-style pizza. Since then, CPK has launched what has become a global brand known for creative California cuisine. Today, CPK is approaching 300 restaurants in 16 countries and 218 cities around the world and has served over 15 million pizzas to more than 43 million guests. Dedicated to a unique dining experience, CPK is now introducing its Next Chapter featuring reimagined menus, open kitchens, and unique renovations in all restaurants across the country. For more information on California Pizza Kitchen, visit cpk.com.