Izzo’s Illegal Burrito is partnering with the Audubon Nature Institute as part of their “Earth to Kidz” Earth Day celebration on Monday, April 22nd.
All revenue from Kidz Meals on Kidz Night will be donated to the Audubon Nature Institute and a special Izzo’s Earth Day coloring sheet will be given out with each Kids Meal. To involve fans of every age, Izzo’s will also give customers the option of rounding their ticket total to nearest dollar as part of the donation.
Owners of Izzo’s Illegal Burrito, Ozzie Fernandez and Gary Kovacs, are excited to announce this partnership. “At Izzo’s we love kids and have chosen this theme to remind them of how important it is to be environmentally conscious”, says Fernandez. “We invite all Izzo’s fans to celebrate Earth Day with us and help us donate to this very worthy organization.”
“The Audubon Nature Institute does great work with research and conservation”, says Kovacs. “We are happy to help them in this way and will look for more partnership opportunities in the future.”
Izzo’s specializes in “Roll Your Own” options including burritos, tacos, bowls, nachos, quesadillas and salads filled with high quality meats and fresh ingredients. Izzo’s, based in Baton Rouge, opened its first location in 2001 at the south gates of LSU. Since then Izzo’s has expanded to other locations in Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi. For more information about Izzo’s Illegal Burrito, please visit www.izzos.com.