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Top 7 ways to participate in Bob Evans fundraiser

Join Ohioans May 16 and 17 to support a trio of organizations that enhance the education and experience of youth in agriculture.

Ohio Farm Bureau and Friends Days at Bob Evans restaurants throughout Ohio is expected to be the largest community fundraiser program held in the history of Bob Evans Restaurants.

The goal of the fundraiser is to increase awareness of the importance of agriculture education programs supported by Ohio Farm Bureau, Ohio 4-H and Ohio FFA. To fulfill this goal, when you present this flyer, Bob Evans will donate 15 percent of sales May 16 and 17 to the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation, Ohio 4-H Foundation and Ohio FFA Foundation.

Top 7 ways to participate

Build community – Plan a gathering with co-workers, family or friends on either or both dates at your local Bob Evans restaurant.
Celebrate – Plan a celebration to take place May 16 or 17 and place a catering order for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Table to field – Organize a table-to-field day where you help coordinate and deliver carryout orders from your local Bob Evans to farmers in the fields.
Invite others – Print out flyers and share the event with any organization or group you belong to, or through your church or school. Distribute flyers to your neighbors.
Share on social media – Share the event details through your social media outlets and let others know how you’ll be participating. Share your personal story of how ag education has impacted your life.
Do a good deed – Place a carryout order May 16 or 17 and make a special delivery to a friend or family member to brighten their day.
Use our hashtag – Share photos from your dining experience at Bob Evans on May 16 and 17 using the hastag #BE4Ag.

Plan to “dine to make a difference” at any Ohio Bob Evans Restaurant May 16 or 17. Carryout and catering orders will also count toward the fundraiser. Catering orders must be placed by May 9. Bob Evans has 194 Ohio restaurants in 69 counties.

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Lynn Snyder 

Lynn Snyder is senior director of communications for Ohio Farm Bureau.