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“Ker’s Christmas” Establishes WingHouse Bar & Grill as Community Leader

Crawford Ker, owner of Ker’s WingHouse Bar & Grill, is a collector of sorts, but in ways you might not expect. All year long, Ker has been purchasing toys for underprivileged children and families in need of holiday cheer; funding this charitable endeavor out of his own pocket. Now, Ker is ready to give the toys away, and his means of doing so offers even further generosity to the community.

Since 1998, Crawford Ker has made the holidays for underprivileged children and families a joyous occasion. Out of Ker’s sincere desire to support his community, “Ker’s Christmas” was created, and this year’s event will be bigger than ever before.
In addition to giving away toys, Ker will be providing a Christmas meal for children and families of BabyCycle, Homeless Emergency Project, City of Praise Church of Clearwater and the Florida Sheriff Youth Ranch. To top it off, an appearance by Santa Claus will hallmark this experience as truly a memorable Christmas for each and every child in attendance.

“Christmas should be cherished by all children, and it is our mission to reach as many children as possible by exceeding the number of children and families we touch each year. This year is our largest yet, and we are extremely grateful for the community’s support in this endeavor. We are excited to spread some holiday cheer” Crawford Ker explained.

About Ker's WingHouse:
Ker's WingHouse Bar & Grill, based in Largo, Fla., blends a casual sports-bar style with delicious over-sized entrees. Menu selections are classic American favorites; like juicy burgers, giant salads, delicious sides and the unique skinless and baked WingHouse Naked Wings. Sports memorabilia on the walls and WingHouse Girls waiting tables creates the restaurant's fun-filled atmosphere. The first WingHouse opened in Largo in 1994. Currently, Ker, Inc., the management company for Ker's WingHouse, operates 20 restaurants in Florida.

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