DINERS at award-winning Scottish seafood restaurant Mussel Inn’s Glasgow restaurant tomorrow (1st June) can rest assured that any tip they leave their waitress will go towards a good cause.
That’s because, as part of the girls’ fundraising efforts for Cancer Research UK, all tips received this Friday will be donated to this worthy charity.
Matt Johansson, food and beverage manager at Mussel Inn, said: “And we wish all our waitresses the best of luck for this Sunday when they take part in the 5k Race for Life which starts at 9.30am at Glasgow Green.
“It’s the UK’s largest women-only fundraising event and in the 18 years since it started has raised over £457million to help people beat cancer. We’re proud of all the girls for taking part!”
For further information please contact Matt Johansson on tel 0141 572 1405
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31st May 2012.
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Notes to Editors
- Mussel Inn was founded by a mussel farmer and a scallop farmer and headed by father and son team Janne and Matt Johansson. It has outlets in Edinburgh’s Rose Street and Glasgow’s Hope Street.
- Mussel Inn is a member of the Glasgow Restaurateurs’ Association, formed to allow a group of widely diverse professionals to exchange ideas with the common aim to promote the excellence of the Glasgow restaurant scene, and raises funds for Fishermen’s Mission, the Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen.