Free lunches for key workers
NHS and emergency services staff with a Blue Light Card across 12 UK towns and cities will be treated to a free lunch in a bid to say ‘thank you’ for their hard work and dedication on the front line.
The Rank Group, which comprises Mecca Bingo and the Grosvenor Casinos, has joined forces
the UK’s number one discount service for Emergency Services, NHS, Social Care workers and Armed Forces to offer a free lunch out of its kitchens in 12 locations across the UK from today, delivered via Uber Eats.
Key workers with a Blue Light Card can pick from four delicious burgers from both Absurd Bird and Twisted London, a generous portion of fish and chips from Harry Ramsden or chicken packed full of flavour from Clox Chicken Box.
To qualify, employees in the NHS and emergency services must log into their Blue Light Card account to receive an Uber Eats offer code, and their meal will be delivered in participating areas between 11am – 3pm*.
Registration for a Blue Light Card is quick, easy and completely free of charge, by visiting www.bluelightcard.co.uk
Tom Dalby, CEO of Blue Light Card said: “We are really excited to be working with the Rank Group, to provide this generous offer for our members in the NHS and emergency services.”
“We have always valued what our members do on a daily basis, but now more than ever, we have the utmost respect for their bravery and dedication on the frontline.
“This partnership continues to demonstrate the enormity of support for our members around the UK.”
Jonathon Swaine, Managing Director at the Rank Group said: “We know that NHS workers and the Emergency Services are really going the extra mile right now, and we wanted to do something that would show how hugely grateful we are for everything they are doing and we hope this latest news makes their lives a little easier. ”
“We also really appreciate our teams at all our Grosvenor Casinos and Mecca Bingo sites who are pulling together to cook up these free lunches to support the amazing NHS during these tough times. At a time when the government is asking businesses to contribute to the national effort, I am proud that Rank and our colleagues are answering that call.”
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