I love living in California. There’s temperate weather almost all year round and insane amounts of natural beauty surrounds us. We can drive in any direction for 30 minutes to 3 hours and be transported from busy city life to breathtaking views of oceanside beaches, crystal clear lakes, Redwood groves, cascading waterfalls, or towering mountains. And that’s just talking about the places we frequent in the northern part of the state! With this in mind, I was thrilled to hear about the new “You Share. We Share.” campaign with SUBWAY® Restaurants.
SUBWAY® and the “You Share. We Share.” Campaign
SUBWAY® Restaurants in the US and Canada will be working with several charities to give back to local communities this summer. The charity that will benefit from this campaign in my area will be the California State Parks Foundation. See?! How could I NOT be a part of protecting the natural gem of an area I call home?!
So how does the “You Share. We Share.” campaign work and how can you help? From now until August 31, 2015, share your weekends with SUBWAY® Restaurants. SUBWAY® will then share back by donating a percentage of the sales during the weekend (up to $100,000) to California State Parks. In the San Francisco area, many of the places in which I’ve made memories with my family will benefit from this including:
- Angel Island State Park
- Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park
- McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park
- Mount Tamalpais State Park
Local Love at SUBWAY® Restaurants This Summer
Of course, I did mention that this campaign is open to residents and visitors across the country (and in Canada). Check this link to find SUBWAY® Restaurants near you or wherever you travel to each weekend. How easy it would be to grab a bite to eat and help a cause aimed at supporting local communities! Don’t forget, you have from now until the August 31st to join in help support this fantastic cause!
You can keep abreast of all the happenings of the the “You Share. We Share.” campaign by liking SUBWAY® on Facebook and following their updates.
Where will you be eating on weekends during the summer of 2015?
This blog post is part of a paid SocialMoms and Subway® blogging program. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own.