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Eat At Qdoba, Help Raise Money For Teen Battling Cancer

Contributor: Lauren Gawthrop
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Updated: 7/24/2013 9:24 am
Grab lunch or dinner at a local Qdoba Mexican Grill on Wednesday, July 24, and you can help 15-year-old Destiny Armstrong fight cancer.

Lexington, Frankfort, and Richmond area Qdoba restaurants will donate 10 percent of net sales to Lexington Dream Factory so they can help grant Destiny's wish of taking a family vacation to the Bahamas.

This is the second year Lexington-area Qdoba restaurants have teamed up with Lexington Dream Factory to help raise money to grant the wish of a local child who is critically or chronically ill.

Destiny, of Crab Orchard, is battling Hodgkins Lymphoma.

In addition to 10 percent of net sales being donated on July 24th, 10 percent of sales from catering orders from Monday, July 22 through Friday, July 26 at the participating locations will also be donated.

To find a location near you, visit www.qdoba.com/locations.
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