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Just In Time for New Year’s Resolutions…

With the New Year, comes new resolutions for a healthier lifestyle. For 2019, Showmars, Charlotte’s hometown restaurant, is helping its customers remain committed to making the best choices for their health by highlighting its Healthy Choices menu. The Greek and Southern, fast-casual restaurant’s menu will spotlight new, lighter items and feature calorie transparency to help customers make informed choices when they place an order.

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Committed to the Charlotte Community

Strengthening its commitment to the families and communities it serves, Showmars, Charlotte’s hometown restaurant, is honored to announce the continued partnership with WSOC-TV’s Family Focus through 2019 and 2020.

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Showmars Summer Food Drive

On average more than one in five children in America are at risk of hunger, which totals more than 16 million children nationwide. During the summer months the risks of child hunger are even higher because school meals aren’t available anymore.

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Who Wants To Go Pro With Steve Smith?

Ever year, thousands of young Panthers fans dream of breaking the huddle with Steve Smith. Showmars, a proud sponsor of Steve Smith’s Football ProCamp, is making that dream a reality for four Charlotte-area children this summer.

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Running To Save Lives

Showmars hosts its first annual 5K to benefit Levine Children’s Hospital - Charlotte-based casual dining restaurant Showmars is calling all running enthusiasts. To kick off the first day of fall, Showmars will host their first annual 5K and raise funds benefiting Levine Children’s Hospital. The race begins at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 22, at the Showmars located at 9925 Park Cedar Drive in Charlotte, with the route navigating the streets of the Park Crossing neighborhood. Runners who register prior to Aug. 25 will receive $5 off the $25 registration fee.

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Celebrating 30 Years By Giving Back

The first day of classes for students means fresh pens and pencils, a shiny new book bag and of course back to school shopping trips. For many however, that is not the case. In Mecklenburg County, more than half of all students are economically disadvantaged and many of those students will show up empty handed on the first day of school in August.

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