Ashblue, Chipotle, Green Hills Grille, Parnassus Books, and Taziki’s Mediterranean Café will share a portion of their sales with USN for faculty professional development.
By Chris Murdock, Bonus Bucks Chair & Kobie Pretorius, USNA President
USNA is excited to announce Bonus Bucks Weekend.
On Leap Day, Saturday, February 29 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Ashblue (2170 Bandywood Dr.) will help you leap into spring and summer by providing a 10% discount and a 10% donation to USN when you buy gifts and décor for your home. A big thank you to USN parents Zulu and Susannah Scott-Barnes for making this happen. Taziki’s Mediterranean Café (2190 Bandywood Dr.), located in the same shopping plaza, will also donate 20% of all sales to USN from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Monday, March 2, is our annual USN Night at Parnassus Books (3900 Hillsboro Pike, Suite 14). Stock up on your spring and summer reading materials from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Parnassus will donate 10% of all sales made within this two-hour window to USN. Then head over to either Green Hills Grille (2002 Richard Jones Rd., Suite 104A) or Chipotle (3900 Hillsboro Pike, Suite 28) for dinner. Since this is a popular event, we highly recommend you make reservations for Green Hills Grille. The restaurant will donate 10% of the entire dinner service sales to USN. Chipotle will donate a third of all purchases made by people who tell them they are with USN to the school.
We hope to see you, your family, and all of your friends that want to support all the great work our teachers do for our children. All of the money raised at this event goes to continuing education opportunities for faculty and staff.
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