Richard Dreyfuss tells White Citadel & # 39; s spinoff of a Christmas basic
White Castle has a thing for staple food kidnapping. On this Thanksgiving Day, the fast-food chain played its classic filling recipe, which was first born in 1991 when a woman allegedly "accidentally" stuffed her bird with a pack of pusher.
But disturbing Thanksgiving dinner wasn't enough, so White Castle is back for Christmas. In & # 39; Twas the Night Before Craveness & # 39; viewers experience a more emotional side of the narrator, actor, and obvious mini-burger enthusiast Richard Dreyfuss, who as he reads words like “The counters were clean and people were home, but a single slider was left all alone. "
For every view of the campaign, White Castle has pledged to donate $ 1 (up to $ 25,000) to the National Restaurant Education Foundation. Fans are also encouraged to donate using a PayPal link in the description of the video.
"When I learned that White Castle was doing something to help restaurant workers across the country, I wanted to be part of it," Dreyfuss said in a statement. "The restaurant industry has been particularly hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, and working with White Castle on this project is a way to help some of the people who have faced significant difficulties this year."
A slider-themed Christmas party might be exactly what people want – or at least Aubrey the Elf, who is hacking into White Castle's Twitter account and demanding the opening of a restaurant on the North Pole.
We don't make a single Baby Yoda toy until you give us a white lock. ????????????
– White Castle (@WhiteCastle) December 22, 2020
America's first hamburger chain has pledged to help key workers during the pandemic and give back-to-school discounts to teachers. The chain also kept health and safety in mind when they hired a new roast, Flippy the Robot, to help reduce human contact with food during the cooking process.
According to Vice President Jamie Richardson, White Castle did not suffer the same fate as hundreds of thousands of restaurants across the country. Hence, the chain is committed to helping those who have not been so lucky. Burger King also put its beef aside with fast food competitors this year, swapping its typically competitive marketing style for a campaign that encouraged European customers to endorse other restaurants.
"We know that other restaurants cannot open, and as a result thousands of restaurant workers have lost their jobs and suffered financially," Richardson said in a statement. "We want to do what we can to help."