High 5 Hospitality  aiding staff who lost 3 children in fire


Good afternoon,

The tragedy at Pot-Nets hit close to home at the  Buffalo Wild Wings Rehoboth Beach restaurant.

On August 7th, two Rehoboth team members suffered an unspeakable tragedy, losing three children in a Sussex County fire.

The owner of the Rehoboth restaurant,   High 5 Hospitality, is hosting fundraisers and is serving as a drop off point for clothing and any other items the family may need.

From August 15-22, the Rehoboth Buffalo Wild Wings will hold a weeklong fundraiser with a portion of customer checks going to the families.

In addition,  companywide fundraising day will be held on Wednesday, August 21. Guests, families, and friends are invited to dine at any of High 5 Hospitality’s 11 restaurants including The Stone Balloon, Limestone BBQ and Bourbon, Eggspectations, all Delaware based Buffalo Wild Wings, and the Buffalo Wild Wings in Salisbury and Bel Air, MD. A percentage of the sales from the day will again be donated to the family.

Lori Ewald, High 5 marketing manager wrote, “This situation breaks our hearts and when one of our H5H family suffers a tragedy, we all feel the pain. We appreciate the community support shown so far and hope the monies we raise for this family help alleviate some worries or needs so they can grieve properly and hold the memories of these children close in their heart.” – Doug Rainey, chief content officer.

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