Heartbroken as we are here at Technical.ly over the closure of The Bourse’s food court — formerly home to the no-frills hidden gem of Mexican cuisine that was Mexico — we can still appreciate a good burrito, especially when its for a good cause.
Next Wednesday, from 2–9 p.m., the Chipotle on 15th and Walnut is donating 50 percent of sales to Bunker Labs PHL to help the nonprofit fund its programming for veteran entrepreneurs.
To help the org get Chipotle’s money, slide into the store and tell the cashier you’re supporting Bunker Labs PHL or show them this flyer:
Bunker Labs PHL incubates startups founded by veterans. It also holds year-round programming aimed at helping veterans join the entrepreneurship world, like this panel on raising venture capital.-30-
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