TabbedOut Gives Back to the Community in the Month of May

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TabbedOut donates $1 for every TabbedOut tab closed in the Austin, Texas area during May to the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas.

Just $1 can provide up to $5 worth of food, or 2.5 meals, for a person in need.

TabbedOut is joining the fight to end hunger by pledging $1 to the Capital Area Food Bank for every bar and restaurant tab closed using TabbedOut in the Austin, Texas area during the month of May.

To donate $1 to the Capital Area Food Bank through TabbedOut, simply download the app (for iPhone or Android), open a tab at a TabbedOut location, order at least $5 worth of items, and pay your tab through the app. You do not need to buy anything extra, TabbedOut will donate $1 on your behalf. Do not miss this easy opportunity to do good and support the local community.

TabbedOut is proud to support the Capital Area Food Bank. Last year, the Food Bank distributed over 29 million pounds of food to more than 300,000 Central Texans in its 21 county service territory.

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About TabbedOut
Our mission is to make the food and beverage experience easier for customers and smarter for businesses. TabbedOut is a venture-backed company with an innovative approach to customer loyalty via mobile payments. Our mobile app is fully integrated with POS systems, enabling customers to pay bills, split checks, and redeem incentives directly from their phones. Our proprietary CRM tool, Periscope, allows merchants to gather valuable data about their customers, learn about their business, and communicate directly with guests.

About the Capital Area Food Bank
The mission of the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas is to nourish hungry people and lead the community in ending hunger. The Capital Area Food Bank serves over 48,000 people per week; 20,000 of those people are children. They also provide healthy food, nutritional program assistance, and educational programs designed to teach people to make better choices at mealtime. Last year they donated 29 million pounds of food to families in need.

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