Miguel’s Jr. Hosts Battle for Burritos to Raise Funds for SoCal Schools

City of Eastvale

Corona – Miguel’s Jr. welcomes back the epic Battle for Burritos fundraising competition between five Southern California High Schools now through April 30. This year competition includes Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Santiago High School, Norco High School, Corona High School and Centennial High School and all are competing for free lunch from Miguel’s Jr. plus cash donations to support the winning schools.

Visit any Miguel’s Jr. now through April 30 and mention the preferred participating school mascot when placing an order. The school with the most mascot mentions will receive a free lunch for all students from Miguel’s Jr. plus a $1 donation for each mention up to $500.

The top three participating schools with the most mascot mentions at the end of the month will receive an additional cash donation of $2,500 for 1st place, $1,000 for 2nd place and $500 for 3rd place. The winners will be announced on May 1 via Miguel’s Jr. social media.

“We are thrilled to be hosting our second annual Battle for Burritos to support some of the local high schools. Tapping into each school’s competitive team spirit has been a fun way for us to get involved and show support,” commented Steve Rezner, Miguel’s Jr. Director of Marketing, “We hope to continue the tradition and expand the Battle for Burritos program to include more schools throughout Southern California.”

For more information about Miguel’s Jr. 2nd annual Battle for Burritos, visit miguelsjr.com/battle. Follow the competition and support your favorite high school using #BattleForBurritos and #MiguelsJR.