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Bubba's 33 brings 170 jobs to Glen Burnie

Posted at 12:47 PM, Nov 26, 2018

A North Carolina restaurant is coming to Maryland and bringing 170 jobs with it. 

On December 3, Bubba's 33 is opening and on top of bringing jobs, it will bring stone-baked pizzas, burgers, beer, and wall-to-wall TVs. 

To prepare for their grand opening next week, the sports restaurant is donating all of their food made while training their staff to local police officers, firefighters, and guests at the Baltimore Rescue Mission and Arundel House of Hope.  

The restaurant will also be hosting an invitation-only event to raise money for the DO Believe Foundation that benefits Childhood Cancer.

“Being a strong community partner is part of our mission,” says Managing Partner Kyle Morse. “The DO Believe Foundation is dedicated to raising awareness and funding for children's cancer and supporting the families and children fighting the disease; We’re excited to help partner with this amazing organization and can’t imagine a more meaningful way to celebrate our opening.”

The Glen Burnie location of this chain is the 25th Bubba's 33 in the nation and will open for dinner on December 3.