‘We make it happen,’ learn how Flint business cares for community

‘We make it happen,’ learn how Flint business cares for community

Halo Burger

When Terry Thomas and his family owned and operated the Halo Burger restaurants in Flint, he was surprised when his sister told him that he was sponsoring 31 youth league teams at one time – not the dozen or so he believed he was helping

Thomas recalls his reaction with a laugh: “You’re kidding. I didn’t know I had that many,” he said, without being fazed by the pledges to the community.

He sees the same spirit from the leaders of Halo Country LLC, which took ownership of Halo Burger restaurants in 2016. Halo County shows a commitment to restore the Michigan-based chain’s original mission of offering great food, treating people with respect and making a difference in the lives of its workers and the public.

Watch as Thomas and current Halo Burger employees talk with MLive’s John Gonzales about being able to help people when they need it, during the current COVID-19 pandemic and throughout the year.