It’s not too late to stop by Cousins Subs for Combos For A Cure!

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Order a combo meal and say hello to Janet at the Cousins Old World Third Street loation in downtown Milwaukee.

All throughout the month of September, when you purchase any combo meal at a Wisconsin-based Cousins Subs restaurant you’ll also be supporting local cancer patients!

‘Combos For A Cure’ is a month long campaign where Cousins Subs will donate a percentage of all combo meal sales to Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation. Gifts to the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation (VLCF) help enhance Aurora Cancer Care programs and support local, patient-centered cancer research.

Janet Grochowski is the owner of the Cousins Subs located at 1001 N Old World 3rd St. in Milwaukee. She’s incredibly excited about the month-long campaign, not just because she’s a Cousins franchisee, but because she’s also a cancer survivor.

“‘Combos For A Cure’ gives me an opportunity to give back for all the wonderful support and treatment I received. Hopefully others will have their survivor stories to tell.  I am hopeful that eventually, research and technology will find a cure,” Janet says.

Cousins Subs Make It Better Foundation will also contribute to the cause, for a total donation of $50,000 going to Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation. Through its more than 30 year partnership with Aurora Health Care, the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation has contributed more than $18 million to cancer care and research across Wisconsin, ultimately helping more people in our communities who hear the words, “you have cancer”.

Your support will truly make a difference for our families, friends and neighbors who are diagnosed with this difficult disease every year. CLICK HERE to learn more about how you can support Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation through the ‘Combos For A Cure’ campaign!

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