Chipotle Stands by California State Parks

Chipotle Mexican Grill is giving $100,000 to the California State Parks Foundation (CSPF) in the wake of $22 million in budget cuts that could close up to 70 state parks.
by | June 5, 2012

Chipotle Mexican Grill is giving $100,000 to the California State Parks Foundation (CSPF) in the wake of $22 million in budget cuts that could close up to 70 state parks, reports the Sacramento Bee.

On June 30, the day before parks are set to close, Chipotle is also offering half off orders of six or more burritos from its California restaurants in exchange for a free one-day pass to any California State Park, according to the Foster City Patch.

The tex-mex fast food chain will also offer free meal cards to people who participate in CSPF’s Park Champions Program, in which volunteers help keep the parks running, according to the Bee.

Leigh Ann Renzulli  |  Leigh Ann Renzulli

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