St. Juste Management Corp.
St. Juste Management now has 19 BK® restaurants in San Antonio with plans of opening three-to-four new restaurants a year for the next four years, creating more growth and jobs for the city.
In 2004, St. Juste Management was selected as a recipient of the BURGER KING® Award of Excellence, an honor presented annually by BKC. In 2005, they were once again recognized for their many contributions to the BURGER KING® Brand and their accomplishments in the community. They have been awarded the BURGER KING® Brand Leadership Award, a prestigious honor bestowed to only 12 franchisees from around the world.
St. Juste Management has been actively involved in community and annually provides 15 scholarships of $1,000 to local students through the BK Scholars Program-McLamore Family Foundation. They are intended to help students offset the cost of attending college or post-secondary vocational/technical school. Recipients are selected based on their grade point average, work experience, extracurricular activities and/or community service.
Few things capture a child's imagination more than a good book. St. Juste Management joined forces with PBS-KLRN for South Central Texas in 2003 supporting KLRN's Kids Club and their Annual Reading Rainbow Young Writers and Illustrator's Contest they recognize that this is a perfect opportunity to encourage young writers in kindergarten through third grade to create their own stories.
St. Juste Management has supported the Leukemia and Lymphoma Association for three years and in 2014, through the Rey Feo project, St. Juste Management has once again partnered with a great local program that supports education and youth by providing scholarships to students in the San Antonio area. "The mission of the Rey Feo Scholarship is to financially support the aspirations of deserving high school seniors to obtain a college/university education regardless of race, color, religion or gender." reyfeoscholarship.com
St. Juste Management and its BK family have strong ties to the community. In July 2014 they partnered with local VFWs to support the Unmet Needs of our service men and women. This program was created to assist military service members and their families who are experiencing financial hardships directly related to military service. The financial assistance is in the form of up to $2,500 in grants that do not need to be repaid.