Harvey's and Bauer are teaming up to fight the spread of COVID-19
Harvey’s and Bauer are teaming up to help Canadians prevent the spread of COVID-19.
As of April 9, Harvey’s customers who go through the drive-through will pay for their orders by using a debit/credit machine at the end of a Bauer hockey stick.
“Only in Canada, would we use our iconic hockey sticks to ensure everyone stays safe at a physical distance while buying their Harvey’s burgers,” David Colebrook, Chief Operating Officer for Harvey’s Canada, said in a news release.
“It’s a creative and fun solution to a challenging issue. And it ensures we can keep feeding Canadians through our restaurants and food banks,” he continued.
Additionally, a portion of all drive-through sales will be donated to Food Banks Canada to further help Canadians who have been impacted by the pandemic.
“We’re all one team in combating COVID-19 and in helping to keep one another as safe as possible during this pandemic,” Mary-Kay Messier, VP of Global Marketing for Bauer Hockey, said in the same release.
“We all wish our BAUER sticks could be used to snipe bar down right now, but until hockey re-starts we’re glad to put our sticks to good use helping to protect Harvey’s Associates and customers across Canada,” she continued.
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