Ori’Zaba’s Announces New Initiative to Celebrate Military Community Year Round

Commitment to Veterans

For more than twenty years, Ori’Zaba’s has been serving the greater Las Vegas area with authentic and fresh Mexican food. All the while, we have also been serving our community in even bigger ways–especially when it comes to supporting the military community. 

Our Commitment to the Military Community

Part of Ori’Zaba’s core mission is to give back and help others. And, while we have supported and will continue to support various organizations, veteran-related causes are very near and dear to us. As a veteran-owned company, we believe that no matter when we acknowledge it, our veterans deserve full recognition, and we’re committed to recognizing them all year long.

Tony-and-Arnold-Veterans-at-ZabasA Fresh, New Initiative to Support Veterans

Along with providing veterans a ten percent discount on in-store orders every day, all year long with military ID, veterans also receive a free meal annually on Veterans Day with military ID.

And this year, we’re going bigger and doing more.

Beginning this month, Ori’Zaba’s will select a charity each quarter that benefits veteran-related causes in order to give back and show support for the military community.

“As a veteran-owned business, this program is part of our ongoing mission to acknowledge and thank the brave military members who keep our country safe,” said Ori’Zaba’s Senior Director, Business Product Management Jen Howell.

“Whether active, reserved, or retired, all U.S. Military members mean the world to us.”

The inaugural charity, That Others May Live Foundation, is based in Henderson, NV and was founded in 2002 to provide support to the U.S. Air Force Rescue community and their surviving family members. This includes supporting the families and children of U.S. Air Force Rescue Heroes who are killed or severely wounded in operational or training missions with scholarships, immediate tragedy assistance, and other critical support. This meaningful cause is important to Ori’Zaba’s co-founder, Kori McClurg, who served in the U.S. Air Force as an analyst and flight test engineer. While stationed at Edwards Air Force Base (AFB) and Nellis AFB, Kori specialized in electronic warfare testing, specifically radio frequency and infrared aircraft defensive countermeasures. We encourage you to support this amazing nonprofit!

“We want to show veterans we are grateful for their service–not just on Veterans Day, but every day,” said Howell.

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