FIREHOUSE SUBS FRANCHISEES CLINT AND GRANT ROHLETTER PARTNER WITH SMITH CURRIE LAW FIRM TO GIVE BACK TO THEIR COMMUNITY
Firehouse Subs franchisees and brothers Clint and Grant Rohletter have stepped up to serve the homeless community and first responders on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic in the following ways:
55 for 55 Charitable Program: Smith Currie & Hancock LLP, a downtown Atlanta law firm, donated $5,500 to purchase Firehouse Subs meals to feed first responders and those in need as part of their charitable efforts for the company’s 55-year anniversary. This resulted in hundreds of meals donated to the homeless population, including 300 meals passed out by Georgia State University Police, 400 meals by Georgia Tech Police and 45 meals by the Covington Police Department. The donated funds also fed 330 officers, resulting in a combined 1,075 donated Firehouse Subs meals which fed those in need and local police officers.
Atlanta Fire Rescue Foundation: During the week of March 30, Clint and Grant donated 350 meals for three days to feed Atlanta firefighters, resulting in more than 1,075 firefighters fed.
The Rohletters own restaurants in Atlanta’s downtown and midtown areas and in Covington.