During these past two weeks, without missing a step, all our employees as well as the corporate office personnel, got together to organize an efficient fundraiser that ran smoothly within our usual fast-paced and busy days at all our locations. We collected funds from our awesome clients and friends, welcoming each and every dollar that was given with a loving heart. All with only one purpose in mind, to provide relief to the needs and heartache that our neighbors, family and friends in Mexico, in the south United States and Puerto Rico are going thru after the natural catastrophes of September 2017.
This campaign began with a total of $1152 by the end of the first day, which was Monday October 2nd, the amount collected between what was donated by our clients and out matching funds. By the end of the weekend before last we had $24,028. Today Monday, October 16th, the campaign is officially over and our collective total is 47,200!
We are aware that our efforts might be small as the needs are enormous, but we are still so thankful to all of you who made it possible, including all the media outlets that helped us spread the word. We also want to encourage everybody to keep on giving however you can, as these tragedies will not be solved in the short term, and unfortunately, others might come.
The next phase of our campaign is to arrange for the delivery of all the funds collected. In the following days, we will share photos, videos, testimonials and all documents to show our efforts are not in vain. So, please visit our sites and social media pages to keep up to date on how we’re utilizing the collected funds.
As we stated during our campaign in 2013, we are so moved, so proud and so thankful to live in a beautiful state and of its people that hold such high civic stature and hearts of gold. We know once again that we can count on our customers, friends and employees to thru when help is needed and will forever be grateful for that.
United we made a difference!
Starting OCTOBER 2nd to OCTOBER 15th, stop by any El Rinconsito, El Antojo, El Sazón or Burger Broiler locations and contribute to our campaign to aid those affected by the recent devastating natural disasters in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and Mexico.
Our goal is to raise at least $30,000 from our clients and friends, amount that we will happily match to come up with a grand total of $60,000. Keep informed on the progress of our efforts every day, by visiting our websites, Facebook, Twitter and Instragram:
Rules: Minimum individual donation $1. There is no maximum limit for individual donations. The maximum donation of El Rinconsito, El Antojo, El Sazon y Burger Broiler, collectively shall not exceed $30,000. There are no donation reimburstments. No purchase necessary. Date and distribution of funds, final destiny and chosen agencies will be shared with everybody in our websites and social media. Fundraiser dates October 2nd to October 15th, 2017
Send us an Inbox Message at our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/BurgerBroiler/
In 2013 El Rinconsito and El Antojo had a similar fundraiser, when hurricanes, Manuel and Ingrid, devastated central and south Mexico. On that occasion, Taquería El Rinconsito together with Taquería El Antojo, committed ourselves to match donations that customers and friends contributed; successfully raising together a grand total of $33,906 dollars. This time we want to give our customes the opportunity to help.
Here is a summary of what was achieved in 2013: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxA9luJO0ss
We are participating on this fun event. It s going to be scary and fund and for a good cause, each vendor that chooses to participate in the Trunk-or-Treat donates $50 and it will be deposited into this account and all proceeds will be donated to the First Responders of Yakima. Not only vendors can donate you can do it too! https://www.gofundme.com/first-responders-of-yakima
SATURDAY APRIL 22nd
Burien Community Center 14700 6th Ave SW Burien, WA 98166
more info/más información:
253 830 3030 ask for Tina Rodriguez
A free event open to the public. Learn about us, we will hold interviews with possible candidates for employment in various areas of our Business.
•Cooks •Dishwashers •Food Prep •Drivers •Cashiers •Waitress •Bartenders •Tortilla Makers •Managers
•Assistant Managers •Administrative Work •Office Work •ITT Technicians •Graphic Design •Graphic Production •App Development •Website Development •Marketing
Important! Bilingual skills requiredor preferable for some positions
FERIA DEL TRABAJO
Un evento gratis abierto al público para darnos a conocer y entrevistar a posibles candidatos para empleos en diversas áreas de nuestra Empresa.
• Cocineros •Lavaplatos •Preparadores •Choferes •Cajeros(as) •Meseros(as) •Cantinero(a) •Tortillero(a) •Gerentes •Asistente de Gerente •Trabajo Administrativo •Trabajo de Oficina •Técnicos ITT •Diseño Gráfico •Producción de Gráficos •Dessarollo de Apps •Desarrollo de Website •Mercadotecnia
Importante! Ser bilingüe es requerido o preferidopara algunas posiciones
Introducing MindWater® to the U.S.
Maximum hydration, liquid fuel for your brain, thirst quenching fruit beverages made in Mexico, inspired by ancient cultures and now widely available for your consumption in the U.S.
Delightful from the very first sip.
Mind Water® is available is pasteurized and made with REAL fruit pulp with a variety of flavors to choose from: Guava, Soursop, Tamarind, Jamaica, Mango Passion fruit and others coming soon.
MindWater® drinks will be your favorite, come and try them at any of our Burger Broiler locations.
Some flavors might not be available at all times, at locations.Ask your cashier for flavor availability
Adventure reporter Craig Hill visits burger stands in remote areas of Western Washington, then pairs his trips with hikes to burn off all those calories. Read the story in Sunday’s Soundlife section.
Re-post , originally written on Friday, August 28, 2015 • Thenewstribune.com/Entertainment
Cushy booths, a lounge area, digital menus flashing behind the ordering counter — and all in a sparkling clean setting in Tacoma’s McKinley Hill neighborhood. Burger Broiler, which opened in 2012, looks like a shiny chain restaurant, but there’s no mistaking the fresh beef burgers and fresh-cut fries for ubiquitous chain food.Originally from California, Abel Brambila — of local taquerias El Antojo and El Rinconsito — turned his fascination with California’s In-N-Out Burgers into his own burger concept, one he’s duplicating in Burien this summer. Flame-broiled burgers that were consistently well-constructed pushed this restaurant to the top of my list. Applying fire to the patties enunciated that beefy wallop I want a good burger to pack. On two visits, the house cheeseburger ($3.14) was built on a sturdy bun with a grill-marked patty — made from fresh beef, not frozen — sporting melted American and a straightforward secret sauce punctuated with mustard, although it could have used more. Four layers of iceberg lettuce leaves added extra crunch, along with rings of thick yellow onions and a fresh tomato slice. Pickles aren’t standard, but help yourself at the pickle bar.
BURGER SCORE: 13.5 out of 15.
Hand-cut fries were thinner and well handled, and obviously cut in house, not from a freezer bag ($1.99); onion rings were made with what tasted like minced onions, so I took a pass on those ($1.99).
ALSO FIND: Chicken burgers ($3.49-$4.49), shrimp or chicken tender basket ($7.99). Also serving frozen yogurt.
Among the cleanest destination and friendliest counter help of any visited for this tour.