Denny's sending Mobile Relief Diner to help Hurricane Florence victims

The brand-new, 53-foot traveling kitchen will help feed those in need

By Jeff Williamson - Digital Content Manager

Credit: Denny's

SPARTANBURG, S.C. - Denny's is sending it's all-new traveling diner to North Carolina to help Hurricane Florence victims.

The restaurant chain's 53-foot traveling kitchen, dubbed the Mobile Relief Diner, will visit areas impacted by natural disasters to serve free, freshly cooked pancake breakfasts.

Denny’s will helping feed local residents, first responders, volunteers and others. 

With each deployment, Denny's says, the Mobile Relief Diner will work closely with local officials, disaster relief organizations, and local franchisees and store operators to identify the areas most in need. 

Denny’s rolled out a previous version of the Mobile Relief Diner in 2017, which served as a temporary and immediate solution to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Houston and Hurricane Irma in South Florida,

The Mobile Relief Diner will set up operations in North Carolina this week.

Credit: Denny's

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