Mr. Mikes is looking for people who’ve done something good for community

Mr. Mikes Steakhouse is kicking off the holiday season with their "Deeds Well Done" community program.

Between Nov. 17 and Dec. 31, guests in Duncan are encouraged to nominate fellow community members for their good deeds. A nominated "good deed doer" in Duncan will be randomly selected and will receive $500 from Mr. Mikes to donate to a registered charity of their choice. They will also receive a $100 Mr. Mikes gift card as a thank you for taking time out of their busy schedules to make a difference in their community.

To support the "Deeds Well Done" campaign, Mr. Mikes Duncan location will be hosting a toy drive supporting the Kiwanis Society.

But that’s not all. Between Nov. 18 and Dec. 14, guests are encouraged to bring in a new, unwrapped toy with a minimum $10 value. While toy drives typically generate many items for babies and younger children, guests are encouraged to also keep the older kids in mind when purchasing a toy. In return for their generosity, guests of Mr. Mikes Duncan will receive a free appetizer.

For examples of last year’s nominations, and to get a sneak peek of this year’s "Deeds Well Done" program visit www.deedswelldone.com

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