SPRING, Texas- The Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers in Spring held its grand reopening on Tuesday and donated a large amount to Harvey relief efforts.
After suffering its own losses from Hurricane Harvey, the popular fast food chain located on Rayford Road is also giving back.
As part of today’s opening, they presented a $47,000 check to United Way which will go to hurricane relief.
Their employees say the cause is close to their heart.
“We received approximately three feett of water in the restaurant and now we're reopening,” said John Segura, a senior marketing manager for the chain. “It's good to be back in the community, back open.”
Another Raising Cane's location in Kingwood also flooded. It’s set to reopen in December.
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