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Mingle on the Avenue brings a close to the Attitude of Gratitude Promotion

Mingle on the Avenue brings a close to the Attitude of Gratitude Promotion

Mingle on the Avenue presents community donation at Thursday’s “Giving Back Event”

SARATOGA  SPRINGS — Mingle on the Avenue, Saratoga Springs brought a generous close to their Attitude of Gratitude promotionon Thursday evening when they invited all 12 organization beneficiaries to Mingle for a “Giving Back Event”.  Beginning February 23 through May 4, Mingle offered 15 % of breakfast, lunch and dinner proceeds to a different organization every Monday through this promotion which was dedicated to serving the Saratoga community.
 
“We are pleased to announce a collective total of $5000 in donations given to individual community organizations through our Attitude of Gratitude promotion,” said Jose Filomeno, Owner/Operator of Mingle on the Avenue.  “It’s in giving that we show our appreciation for receiving.  We’re thankful for the relationships we’ve grown with our community partners over the past 12 weeks,” said Jose.
 
Businesses who took part in the 12-week promotion include Saratoga Bridges, Code Blue Saratoga, Saratoga County Economic Opportunity Council, Wellspring, Saratoga Central Catholic, Saratoga Arts, Saratoga Hospital Foundation, Catholic Charities of Saratoga, Warren and Washington Counties, Shelters of Saratoga, The Community Hospice, Saratoga Senior Center and The Franklin Community Center. 
 
“We initiated the Attitude of Gratitude campaign because I see it as all of our responsibility as citizens of Saratoga to help those in our community who need it.  These community groups are truly the caretakers of our city and even though Mingle on the Avenue is new to the community, we wanted to contribute our share.” said Jose Filomeno.  “As we near the close of our first year in Saratoga, we look forward to giving more in the years to come.”
 
Mingle on the Avenue is an Internationally-inspired New American Bistro located next to the Pavilion Grand Hotel in the heart of Saratoga Springs at 30 Lake Avenue.  Executive Chefs, Brady Dillon and Un-Hui Filomeno lend combined culinary talents to a new spring menu that blends old world and new age flavors specifically designed to please a variety of palates.  Emphasis is placed on locally grown products and fresh seasonal menu offerings.  Mingle on the Avenue is open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner and hosts a daily happy hour from noon to 6pm.  For more information, go to http://www.minglesaratoga.com.
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