Fundraiser to advantage HHB BBQ, Top City Soda Pop after Jan. 2 fire
February 15, 2015 - bbq set
A grill during Topeka Performing Arts Center on Feb. 28 will lift supports for dual downtown businesses replaced by a Jan fire.
HHB BBQ and Top City Soda Pop both had to find a new plcae after a glow Jan. 2 broken a building during 720 S. Kansas, where HHB had a bottom building and Top City rented a upstairs. The “Beyond The Blaze” fundraiser will assistance with waste not lonesome by insurance, according to a news recover from Downtown Topeka Inc.
Doors will open during 5 p.m. Feb. 28, with HHB food, sodas and drink accessible from 6 to 10 p.m. The party will embody live music, a front jockey, wordless and live auctions and face portrayal and games for children. Tickets are $20 for an particular or $150 for a list of 10.
For some-more information or to buy tickets, revisit www.BeyondTheBlaze.com. People who wish to buy a T-shirt to support a dual businesses also can do so online. Shirts cost $15 to $18, depending on size, with children’s sizes accessible for $10.
Top City Soda Pop recently relocated to a room during Forbes Field. Owners Brian Adams and Scott May pronounced they wish to start producing beverages again about May 1.
Kim and Eddie Moege, owners of HHB, indicated they will open another downtown location, though won’t exhibit where until subsequent week, according to DTI.
Other downtown business owners also set adult online fundraising accounts for a dual businesses. As of Saturday, they had lifted $1,000 for HHB and $210 for Top City. To donate, revisit www.gofundme.com/HHBRecoveryFund or www.gofundme.com/HelpTopCityRecover.