The Partnership revealed the three charities that can win up to $5,000 from Cadence Bank during the sixth annual Restaurant Week later this month.
Time is closing out to nominate charities for The Partnership’s annual Restaurant Week.
Backpack Buddies, a function of Starkville’s First United Methodist Church, won Starkville Restaurant Week’s charity competition and a $5,000 donation from Cadence Bank after securing almost 43 percent of the week’s total ballots.
Turnout for the fourth iteration of Starkville Restaurant Week was impressive at the start of the event, but Greater Starkville Development Partnership officials expect weekend crowds in town for Mississippi State University athletics to pack restaurants today through Sunday.
Starkville Restaurant Week organizers are hopeful increased participation in this year’s charity nomination process will translate into increased patrons during the March 28-April 3 event.
Greater Starkville Development Partnership officials are hopeful the state’s hottest college rivalry will produce a large turnout for the fourth annual Starkville Restaurant Week.
Mississippi State University’s Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic was the top charity vote getter in this year’s Starkville Restaurant Week and won a $5,000 cash donation Tuesday.
A number of issues with how participating Starkville Restaurant Week diners are providing and displaying charity ballots prompted organizers to say this year’s total vote count could be lower than in 2014.
Starkville’s third annual Restaurant Week starts today, and Greater Starkville Development Partnership leaders say event has found its stride.
Three local charity organizations — the Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic, Salvation Army and Starkville Habitat for Humanity — will compete for a $5,000 donation during March’s Starkville Restaurant Week.