Curly’s Pub announced Tuesday a new partnership with the Packers that will help raise money for charities.
Packer players Ryan Pickett, Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb, Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews along with Head Coach Mike McCarthy each created specialty burgers that will be featured on Curly’s menu one week at a time. Each participant chose the ingredients and name of their burger. Ten percent of the proceeds from the burger sales will go to the charity of the player’s choice. Whichever burger sells the most, the creator’s charity will receive an extra donation.
From the Packers website:
“The first burger, featured now through Aug. 2, is the “Mac Attack Burger” created by McCarthy, which is a 1/2-pound beef patty, topped with pepperoni, pepper jack cheese, avocado, lettuce, tomato, onion, jalapeno, mayo, spicy mustard and French fries.”
The Mike McCarthy Family Foundation will receive the ten percent donation from all the sales of McCarthy’s burger.