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July 10, 2014

Logan’s Roadhouse hosts fundraiser for Feed America First

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NASHVILLE: Logan’s Roadhouse is inviting area residents to visit select Middle Tennessee and northern Alabama locations for a community fundraising event on Tuesday, July 22. As part of its ongoing Raise the Steaks fundraising program, Logan’s is teaming up with Feed America First to give guests an opportunity to help feed the hungry.

“We are always happy to help schools, nonprofit organizations and charities with their fundraising efforts. “Giving back to the community is a top priority for Logan’s, and we’re excited to give Feed America First this opportunity,” said Todd Reed, vice president of operations for Logan’s Roadhouse.

Beginning Tuesday, July 22, from 4 – 10 p.m., and continuing the fourth Tuesday of each month, Logan’s will donate 15 percent of the participants’ check amounts before tax back to Feed America First. If 50 or more participating guests visit the restaurant on the designated night, 20 percent will be donated. All proceeds from the event will help Feed America First provide food to hungry families throughout Middle Tennessee.

To participate, guests need to show an event ticket to their server. Visit Feed America First’s website  or Facebook  for free event tickets.

“This is a convenient way to help feed less fortunate neighbors. “We hope you will join us on July 22, helping us to feed the hungry simply by dining at your local Logan’s Roadhouse,” said Tom Henry, founder and executive director of Feed America First.

Participating locations include Clarksville, Gallatin, Franklin, Gallatin, Jackson, Mt. Juliet,Murfreesboro, Nashvile West, Smyrna and Spring Hill.

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