Texas Land & Cattle to Donate 15% of Net Sales to Tornado Relief

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Metroplex Restaurant Helping Neighbors in Need

These people our our neighbors, our employees, our customers

Texas Land & Cattle, which has become a dining staple in North Texas over the years, cares about its neighbors and the community. Several tornadoes touched down as part of a powerful storm in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area on December 26, 2015, leaving destruction and tragedy in its wake.

Texas Land & Cattle has announced that all of its restaurants in the DFW Metroplex area will give 15 percent of net sales toward tornado relief funds for the week of Friday, January 15 - Friday, January 22.

“The tornadoes affected so many families here in North Texas, and they are still in need of help,” said Texas Land & Cattle COO Tim Dungan. “These people are our neighbors, our employees, our customers. We wanted to do something to give back and hopefully make a difference in helping them get back on their feet.”

The Dallas Stars partnered with Texas Land & Cattle to help get the word out among its fans and followers.

“The entire crew at Texas Land & Cattle is all about being a part of the community,” said former Stars goalie Marty Turco. “We’d like to encourage everyone to come in, enjoy a great meal, and help make a difference for fellow North Texans affected by the tornadoes.”

Texas Land & Cattle has eight locations in the Metroplex area — Arlington, Bedford, Fairview, Frisco, Garland, Richardson, and two in Dallas. All are participating in the tornado relief effort, which runs through Friday, January 22.

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