Fearless Meat’s famous peameal bacon sandwiches on sale today to raise funds for Beach Metro Community News

On March 29, which is Good Friday, Fearless Meat will be selling its regular size Peameal Bacon, St. Lawrence Market Style Sandwiches for $3.99 with proceeds going to Beach Metro Community News. Fearless Meat is located at 884 Kingston Rd., just west of Pickering Street on the north side.

If you’re feeling hungry this Good Friday (March 29), why not head down to Fearless Meat on Kingston Road for one of their famous peameal bacon sandwiches.

Not only will you be getting a great sandwich, you will also be helping to support local journalism in your community as all proceeds from the sale of the regular size Breakfast Peameal Bacon, St. Lawrence Market Style Sandwiches will be going to Beach Metro Community News.

Today’s event, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. or while supplies last) will be Fearless Meat’s third annual Easter fundraiser is support of Beach Metro Community News.

The sandwiches will be sold for the price of $3.99 and include loads of free toppings, said Fearless Meat owner David Brown.

This is the third year in a row Fearless Meat, at 884 Kingston Rd., has held a fundraiser at Easter for this newspaper.

Last year, proceeds from the sale of peameal bacon sandwiches on Good Friday were donated to the paper, and that event proved extremely popular with local residents. In 2022, Fearless Meat donated the proceeds of its Easter Sunday sales from its Mother Clucker chicken sandwich to the paper.

“Beach Metro News is such an important part of our community,” said David Brown, owner of Fearless Meat. “I hope what Fearless Meat is doing will act as an inspiration to other businesses to help you out with fundraisers and more advertising.”

Fearless Meat will be open from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Friday, March 29.

Beach Metro Community News is a non-profit community newspaper run by a volunteer Board of Directors. Established in 1972, the paper is currently holding a fundraising drive as part of its 52nd anniversary, and is asking for the support of residents to keep local journalism strong in the community.

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