For one day only, $2 from each Pirate Pak sold at all 64 White Spot restaurants throughout BC and Alberta will help send deserving children and young adults to White Spot Week at Zajac Ranch for Children.
It is a fully inclusive summer camp at a private, 41-acre ranch in Mission, BC where everything is accessible for children with life-threatening illnesses and chronic disabilities.
Campers have an opportunity to explore the outdoors while developing greater social and environmental awareness, increased self-confidence, and positive attitudes towards physical activity.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Pirate Pak Day has raised $780,776 since its inception and has sent more than 400 children to White Spot Week.
On August 14, Pirate Paks are available for both dine-in and take-out, with adults able to customize their Pirate Pak with the choice of:
- Legendary Burger
- BC Chicken Burger
- Bacon Cheddar Burger
- Veggie Burger
- Dippin’ Chicken
- The White Spot Club
- The Spot’s Fish & Chips
- Nat’s Original Beef Dip
Normally only available to kids aged 10 and under, each Pirate Pak is served in the famous buccaneers’ boat and includes fresh-cut ‘endless’ Kennebec fries, creamy coleslaw, choice of soft drink, premium rich ice cream, and the treasured ‘gold’ coin that has served as the booty since founder Nat Bailey created the iconic meal more than 50 years ago.
In 2018, almost a million Pirate Paks were ordered at White Spot restaurants, including 53,719 alone on Pirate Pak Day.
Since making its debut on the White Spot menu in 1968, more than 24 million Pirate Paks have been sold. Today, Pirate Pak boats are 100% recyclable and compostable and offer hundreds of menu combinations, including vegetarian options.
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Disclosure: I attend a media preview of Pirate Pak Day 2019.