Lee Auto Malls Buys Lunch For Hundreds Of Hospital Workers in Appreciation Of A Long Year Battling The COVID-19 Pandemic

Continuing In February Hundreds of Lunches Crafted By Local Restaurants Will Be Delivered to Hospitals Across Maine

We are furthering our efforts to provide lunch for hundreds of front-line hospital workers who battle the COVID-19 pandemic each and every day.

“Front-line hospital workers have been put under incredible stress by the pandemic,” said Lee Auto Malls Chairman Adam Lee. “We’re trying to let them know they haven’t been forgotten and how much their work is appreciated.

Working with local area restaurants, we will provide lunch at five Maine hospitals: Mercy Hospital in Portland, Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, Central Maine Medical Center in Portland, Bridgton Hospital, and Stephens Hospital in Norway.

This month, restaurant partners include Amato’s, Sam’s Italian Foods, Rivalries in Falmouth, Bagel Central in Bangor, and Beth’s Diner in Bridgton.

In January, we began purchasing lunch for hundreds of hospital workers at Maine Medical Center, St. Joseph’s in Bangor, St. Mary’s in Lewiston, and Mid Coast Hospital in Brunswick. Meals were delivered to the hospitals on Jan. 22 and Jan. 29 with the lunches being prepared and delivered by Amato’s, Sam’s Italian Foods, Levi’s Deli, and Docks Seafood.

This effort is part of our year-long campaign to improve the lives of Mainers during the pandemic. We have committed more than $100,000 to this effort.

“The past year has been tough on so many of our customers and neighbors,” Lee said. “We decided this is a time where we want to help the communities that have always supported us. It’s good for the health care workers and it's good for local restaurants.”

 

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