New Greenville restaurant donates 10 percent of food sales to ECU
The new Carolina Ale House in Greenville will donate 10 percent of food sales during its first open week, Sept. 17 – 23, to the East Carolina University Department of Hospitality Management.
Bob O’Halloran, hospitality management department chair, and Kathy Brown, major gifts officer at ECU, will accept the donation. O’Halloran said, “We are delighted to receive such a generous gift from the Carolina Ale House Family. It’s wonderful when Greenville businesses understand the importance of supporting the students in its community.
“We look forward to the educational and career opportunities Carolina Ale House will provide for our students,” he said.
The Carolina Ale House is a sports-themed restaurant originally established in Raleigh and now operating 15 locations in the Southeast. The Greenville site is located at 704 SE Greenville Blvd. near the Greenville Mall. For additional information about the Carolina Ale House, visit http://www.carolinaalehouse.com.
The Department of Hospitality Management at ECU is the largest of its kind in North Carolina and one of the largest in the Southeast, with an enrollment exceeding 450. Degrees offered include three undergraduate programs with concentrations available in food and beverage management, lodging management and convention management; a minor and an MBA with hospitality management option.
For additional information about hospitality management, contact O’Halloran at 252-737-1604 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more details about the donation, contact Mindy Amerson, marketing coordinator for LM Restaurants, at 919-851-0858 or email@example.com.