Outback Steakhouse announces new partnership to start Veterans Day

  • Wednesday, November 8, 2017 12:46pm
  • Business

Operation Homefront and Outback Steakhouse recently announced a new partnership to recognize, welcome, and serve military families in their communities throughout the year, beginning on Veterans Day.

Bellevue’s Outback is a participating restaurant.

The “At Outback, We Serve Those Who Serve” campaign will engage customers through a variety of activities that will raise funds and awareness for Operation Homefront’s mission.

The campaign will include programs, including the Critical Financial Assistance program to support the urgent needs of military families struggling with rent and mortgage payments, home and car repairs, food, groceries, utilities and more. The year-long campaign will support military and veteran families who face challenges as they transition to civilian life in the communities they have worked hard to protect, while offering great meals and experiences honoring their service.

“Our nation’s men and women in uniform make sacrifices every day to serve and protect our freedom. Outback is proud to partner with Operation Homefront and support our nation’s military, veterans and their families through the ‘At Outback, We Serve Those Who Serve’ campaign,” said Gina Collins, Chief Marketing Officer, Outback Steakhouse. “We recognize their service and share a commitment to building strong, stable, and secure military families.”

Since first opening in Tampa in 1988, Outback has been a proud supporter of America’s military and veterans and continues to provide them with a great place to enjoy a delicious meal and fun experience in their community.

The campaign will support military and veteran families, including junior- and mid-grade enlisted service members (E1-E6) and all post-9/11 wounded, ill or injured service members with medical documentation on injury and discharged with honorable service within the past seven years.

The Bellevue Outback Steakhouse is located at 15100 SE 38th St. in Bellevue.

For more information, visit www.operationhomefront.org.

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