UHR supporters, county leaders, and other invited guests attended the pre-opening event during which Smashburger of Nanuet gave away free burgers and other items from its pre-opening menu. (See attached photos.)
Franchisee Jim Denburg of New City, who also owns a Smashburger in Brooklyn, says, “We were excited to open our new Nanuet Smashburger location where we are committed to providing delicious high-quality burgers, fries, shakes, and more. We were pleased to introduce Smashburger to our Rockland County community while supporting one of its leading not-for-profits, United Hospice of Rockland.
Smashburger is now open to the public. According to Smashburger.com, Smashburger’s handcrafted burgers are smashed, seared and seasoned to order, using fresh, 100% Certified Angus Beef®. Patrons may choose a Classic Smashburger or decide to create-their-own. “Smashburger artisan buns, freshly chopped produce, flavorful sauces and variety of cheeses are designed to deliver a great-tasting, juicy burger you can taste in every bite. Every great burger needs a companion, and our selection of signature sides — like our Smashfries hand-tossed with garlic, rosemary and olive oil and hand-breaded haystack onions— are the perfect complement to any meal. The same is true for our handspun Häagen-Dazs® shakes, served in a frosted glass. And if you’re in the mood for something other than a burger, our menu of grilled chicken sandwiches, crisp entrée salads and black bean veggie burgers are sure to satisfy. We also offer beer.”
United Hospice of Rockland (UHR) serves as a resource for bereavement support, and information about end of life issues. Founded in 1988, United Hospice of Rockland is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and meets the Standards for Charity Accountability of the Better Business Bureau, Inc. In addition, UHR received a third consecutive 4-Star rating from Charity Navigator. UHR's mission is to enable patients with advanced illnesses to live in comfort, with dignity, and surrounded by those they love. When time matters most, UHR provides care, comfort and improved quality of life to individuals and their families and offers compassionate support to members of the community who have experienced the loss of a loved one. For more information, call 845 634-4974, write to United Hospice of Rockland, 11 Stokum Lane, New City, NY 10956, visit www.hospiceofrockland.org or fax to 845 634-7549.
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Photos attached: Smashberger Opening
Left to right:
UHR executive director Amy Stern and UHR assistant director of development Lisa Denburg
Smashburger franchisee Jim Denburg with County Legislator Ed Day
Opening day customers
Smashburger franchisee Jim Denburg of New City with UHR Board Member Gary Lipton, Esq.
UHR longtime supporters Dr. Edward and Raselle Fisher