Farmers Union Feeds Guard Personnel in Washington DC

(JAMESTOWN, N.D.) – National Guard troops on duty in our nation’s capital will soon be getting a different taste in the chow line. Farmers Union Enterprises (FUE) announced today it will be donating $50,000 to provide roughly 5,000 soldiers with a nutritious meal from Founding Farmers restaurants, based in the Washington, D.C., area.

 

North Dakota Farmers Union President Mark Watne said “this is our way of thanking the Guard for their service in protecting our capitol and democracy.”

Dan Simons, manager of Founding Farmers and Farmers Restaurant Group, said lunch and dinner meals will be delivered next week to the National Guard for distribution through their food service network.

 

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