Hot Dog

April 16, 2020


For Immediate Release: 4/16/2020

BREMERTON, Wash. – The Arbor at Bremerton, a memory care community, is giving a big “thank you” to essential workers in the Bremerton, Washington area with a free drive-thru hot dog lunch.

The drive-thru is open April 24, 2020 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Essential workers can drive by The Arbor at Bremerton front awning for their free lunch as a “thank you” from staff and residents for their work during this critical time.

The staff welcome all local first responders, healthcare workers, postal and package carriers, and other essential workers to enjoy a free hot dog lunch.

“From all of us at The Arbor at Bremerton, thank you to all our essential workers,” stated Stacey Serad, Director of Sales & Outreach. “We invite our local heroes to stop by for lunch as our way of showing our gratitude for their service during this crucial time.”

As part of The Avamere Family of Companies, The Arbor at Bremerton staff live their mission to enhance the life of every person they serve. For them, this includes recognizing their valued workers in the local area.

Find out more about this event on Facebook or by calling the memory care community at 360-525-9000.

About the Avamere Family of Companies

Founded in 1995 and based in Wilsonville, Oregon, the Avamere Family of Companies provides assisted living, independent living, memory care, rehabilitation, home care, transitional care, and more. Today Avamere’s diverse companies operate in over 250 locations across 19 states with over 8,800 employees. Avamere is proud to be considered one of Oregon’s most admired companies as they continue to serve their valued patients and residents. For more information, please visit avamere.com.

Avamere Family of Companies

25115 SW Parkway Ave, Suite B

Wilsonville, OR 97070

For press inquiries, please email press@avamere.com.

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