Parma for a Farmer, put your money where your mouth is at Casey Jones and The George

10 Aug, 2018



The George Harcourt Inn & Casey Jones Pub to sell a $40 Parma Thursday (Aug 16 & 23 August) in support of Parma for a Farmer drought relief.

On Thursday, August 16 & 23, The George Harcourt Inn and Casey Jones Pub will be offering customers the chance to order their favourite parma for a good cause - a dollar from every regular parma sale will go to support the Buy a Bale ‘Parma for a Farmer’ drought relief initiative.

But owner and operator, Josh Leehmuis from Leehmuis Hospitality, is asking punters to put their money where their mouth is: both venues will be giving customers the option to purchase their parma for $40 - with Leehmuis Hospitality ensuring the entire $40 will go to the ‘Buy a Bale’ campaign.

$40 may seem like a lot for lunch but The George and Casey Jones Pub guarantee every mouthful will be that much more satisfying knowing every dollar is going to support an extremely worthy cause. $40 buys two small bales of hay and helps transport it to drought-stricken farms across NSW.

“A dollar for every parma purchased is great - but we want to make a real impact here to raise some much-needed funds for our farmers. So this Thursday we’re asking our customers to literally put their money where their mouth is and dig deep while having a great feed!” stated Mr Leehmuis.

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