Texas Roadhouse Event Benefits Greece Education Fund

By on October 23, 2018
Managing Partner Tony Gaesser and Andy the Armadillo with Texas Roadhouse employees at the fundraiser for the Greece Education Fund.

Managing Partner Tony Gaesser and Andy the Armadillo with Texas Roadhouse employees at the fundraiser for the Greece Education Fund.

Texas Roadhouse Brings 177 New Jobs to Greece and Holds A Pre-Opening Event to Benefit Greece Education Fund

Greece’s Texas Roadhouse location opened Monday, October 8, 2018 at 3065 West Ridge Road, Greece. Before the first guest walked in the door, the restaurant rolled out the red, white and blue carpet for several local organizations. As the restaurant trained new cooks, meat cutters and other kitchen members, local firefighters, police officers, and Local Food Bank staff were the first to try the restaurant’s legendary hand-cut steaks, fall-off-the-bone ribs and made-from-scratch sides.

Prior to opening, on Saturday, October 6, the restaurant hosted an invitation-only pre-opening event and raised over $4,000 for the Greece Education Fund.

“The Greece Education Fund makes a powerful impact on our local school system,” said Managing Partner Tory Gaesser. “The fund provides resources for educational events that students or the district may not be able to afford without community assistance. It also partners with the Greece Educational Food Bank that provides meals to low-income families in the Greece School District. We’re excited to partner with this amazing charity and can’t imagine a more meaningful way to celebrate our opening.”

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Photos by Karen Fien

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Kelley Sperduto and Andy the Armadillo at the fundraiser information table greeted patrons at the event Saturday, October 6th.

Kelley Sperduto and Andy the Armadillo at the fundraiser information table greeted patrons at the event Saturday, October 6th.

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