Miami Dolphin Anthony Fasano Serves You Free Ms. Cheezious While You Help The Hungry

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Anthony Fasano wants to buy you lunch.
It's Christmas time and between all that hustling around to malls and parties, we really should take a moment to help others less fortunate than us in our own community.

Miami Dolphin Anthony Fasano believes that too, which is why he's trading in his football uniform for a kitchen apron for one day to serve you delicious free sandwiches from Ms. Cheezious food truck.

Plus, every time he serves you a sandwich, a meal will be donated to the Feeding South Florida Program.  Up to 300 free sandwiches will be given away, and up to 1,000 meals will be donated to Feeding South Florida.

Today, December 11 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., come out to Bayfront Park, where the first 300 people will get a gooey, hot, and delicious Ms. Cheezious sandwich, served by tight end Anthony Fasano himself -- absolutely free!

Bite into that sandwich knowing that someone in Miami is also eating a good meal -- just because of you! We think you'll agree that grilled ,served with a side of compassion, is the best tasting lunch in the world!

In addition to free food, from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Boost Mobile will provide giveaways so snag some swag, like autographed footballs and free phones, with your meal.

Boost Mobile will also donate $8,000 to Feeding South Florida, which will go toward the distribution of food and groceries through its network of not-for-profit organizations, educating the public about the issue, and engaging the community in the fight to end hunger.

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Location Info


Bayfront Park

301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL

Category: General

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Although a nice gesture, we need programs which feed Homeless and require some interaction on a way towards healing.  From something slight as listening to a lecture on homeless services to something requiring much more work.  But great to bring awareness to the public and keep up the great work.

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