Waterford, MI – May 24, 2011 - So Thai Restaurant of Waterford, MI will be celebrating their grand opening while sponsoring a community food drive that will benefit Gleaners Community Food Bank.
The grand opening party for So Thai Restaurant is on Thursday June 16, 2011. It will be a full day’s event. Attendees who bring a food donation will receive a So Thai Restaurant 10% Off Discount Card. There will be a Buddhist Monk Blessing Ceremony from 9am to 12pm. No food service will be offered at this time but the public is welcome to experience this cultural event. The Official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with the Waterford Area Chamber of Commerce will be held from 12pm - 2pm. Food Service will begin at this time and 20% of total sales will be donated to Gleaners Community Food Bank. Free soup or salad is included with all lunch orders. Plus, free So Thai gift cards to the first 50 people who attend the ceremony. The Appetizer and Dinner Tasting will be held from 6pm - 10pm. The entry fee is $25, which 20% of total sales will also be donated to Gleaners Community Food Bank. Free t-shirts will also be given to attendees (while supplies last). Kids 12 and under enter for free. The food drive collection box and money collection jar will be located inside the restaurant. Both non-perishable food items and money donations will be collected from June 1st to June 23rd. Donors will receive a So Thai Restaurant 10% Off Discount Card - redeemable upon next visit.
About Gleaners Community Food Bank:
Founded in 1977, Gleaners Community Food Bank is one of the oldest and largest food banks in the country. Today it distributes more than 36 million pounds of emergency food annually, equivalent to over 532,000 meals per week. Headquartered in Detroit, Gleaners Community Food Bank operates a total of five distribution centers, in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Livingston and Monroe counties, which provide food to 484 partner soup kitchens, food pantries, shelters and other agencies throughout southeastern Michigan. Of every dollar donated, Gleaners Community Food Bank uses 96 cents for food and food programs. One dollar provides three meals for a hungry neighbor. Learn more at www.gcfb.org.
About So Thai Restaurant:
The Sookthis family opened their first restaurant, Siam Wok in Warren MI, in 1987. The restaurant was a small 800 sq. ft. carry-out restaurant. Since then, they have opened multiple restaurants in Warren, Troy, and Birmingham. As the Detroit area approaches a new revival, the Sookthis family felt the need to re-package and re-market a new restaurant to compete in this modern economy. So Thai Restaurant services include dine-in, carry-out, delivery and online ordering. They offer traditional Thai dishes that have never been introduced to the Metro-Detroit market as well as Sushi and other popular Thai dishes. So Thai Restaurant is located on Elizabeth Lake Road next to the Rite Aid at the southwestern corner of the M-59 and Elizabeth Lake Road intersection. Learn more at www.eatsothai.com.
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