“Last year, the high schools kids needed money to support the Homecoming Parade,” says Bob, with his native Chicago emphasis. “They lost their sponsor at the last minute, and we were able to kick in $330 to help them.”
(As one of those who love Fountain Hills’ tradition of a Homecoming Parade, I am very grateful the kids didn’t have to call off that hometown exhibition of pride and camaraderie.)
Chicago Bob’s has also been able to donate $400 to Wednesdays Riding For Kids by H.O.G. Chapter 93, a Phoenix motorcycle group made up of several hundred riders who weekly choose a worthy cause, then ride to collect donations from businesses around the state.
Nabasny has built over a dozen restaurants in the past 30 years, while he was raising his family and simultaneously serving as one of the Valley’s leading mortgage loan officers. Along the way, he has always been one of thefirst to step forward to help a worthy cause and give back to his community.
Check out Chicago Bob’s. The food is good, especially if you crave a taste of a real Chicago hot dog. You’ll generally see Bob behind the cashier, handling custom made orders of broasted chicken, tasty hamburgers, specialty dogs, sausages and Italian Beef. Order on-line at www.Chicago-Bobs.com or call ahead at 480-816-3651. They also have free wi-fi, if you need a quick place to catch up on messages.
And, when you’re there, don’t forget to donate to the pickle barrel!