Red Rooster Charnwood giving away 500 free lunches this Saturday

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Vik Pandya and Vim Soneri outside the new Charnwood Red Rooster

THIS weekend marks a milestone for Canberra’s Red Rooster franchisee Vim Soneri, as he launches his Red Rooster Restaurant in Charnwood as well as Delivery across all his restaurants in the ACT.

To celebrate the opening of Red Rooster Charnwood, Vim is hosting a Grand Opening Day at 11am on Saturday September 26 which will be officially opened by Chris Bourke. The day will feature a jumping castle, face painting, show bag giveaways and a free lunch for the first 500 people through the doors wearing red.

Vim also owns six other red Rooster Restaurants outside the ACT.

“We employ 80 staff in the Canberra area and fundraise to support several local schools and community groups, so giving back to the community is a big deal for me” Vim said.

Information about their delivery service at redrooster.com.au

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