MONTICELLO - Thanks to the generosity of the Monticello Pizza Ranch owners, Brad and Shirley Davis, Camp Courageous will be receiving half of the gross receipts from the Monticello Pizza Ranch on Saturday March 19th. For example, if a customer purchased $20 in pizza and pop, $10 goes to camp. The benefit applies to dine-in, carry-out, and delivery. It does not apply to gift certificates.

This annual event has become a “win-win” situation for the customers of Pizza Ranch. The customer enjoys a wonderful meal and at the same time half of everything they spend at the Monticello Pizza Ranch will go to benefit over 7,000 campers with special needs that are served at Camp Courageous each year. The Pizza Ranch is open from 11 am to 10 pm. A wonderful buffet will be offered from 11 am to 1:30 pm and from 5 pm to 7:30 pm. Camp Courageous’ board members, staff, and volunteers will be providing extra assistance during this fundraiser.
Brad Davis, Monticello Pizza Ranch owner, commented, “We are happy to be able to do this for Camp Courageous. Since the Pizza Ranch has been in Monticello, we have had a wonderful relationship with the camp. We admire the dedication and work Camp Courageous does for those with special needs.”

The Pizza Ranch is located at 505 East Oak St, Monticello. For more information contact Brad Davis, owner, or Micki Lammers, manager at the Pizza Ranch (319.465.6000) or Sharon at Camp Courageous (319.465.5916, ext 2200).


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