You'll want to grip this milkshake tight, butterfingers.
Zinburger is supporting the "Lock in Hope" non-profit organization with its annual fundraiser from Friday, September 20 - Sunday, September 29.
All of the proceeds during that time frame will be donated to Lock in Hope and all you've got to do is purchase a Chase's Shake or any other milkshake from Zinburger.
Chase Lock was diagnosed with cancer at the age of two and while undergoing treatment for choroid plexus carcinoma brain cancer the Butterfinger Milkshake was the six-year-old's favorite treat.
What's in a Chase's Shake, you might ask? It's a Butterfinger-flavored milkshake containing vanilla ice cream, peanut butter, chocolate syrup, whipped cream, and crushed pieces of Butterfinger, of course.
Lock in Hope began when Lock's sister Emma began collecting her toys to send to other children that had a sibling fighting cancer. The Lock family then founded Lock in Hope to provide tailored gift boxes to support siblings of pediatric cancer patients.
Zinburger is located at 6390 E. Grant Rd. and at 1865 E. River Rd, Suite 101. For more information, visit zinburgeraz.com.
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