Premium steakhouse will donate 15% of net sales to family of Spring shooting victim
Texas Land & Cattle’s four Houston-area restaurants will donate 15 percent of their net sales on Sunday, July 20, to the Cassidy Stay Fund (http://www.gofundme.com/bbh9go). The fund was established after six members of Stay’s family were shot and killed in their Spring home on July 9.
“The Stays were regular visitors to our Willowbrook Mall location on holidays, so this senseless tragedy really hit home for us,” said Chris Jones, executive general manager of three of the four local TXLC restaurants.“All of us in the Houston area are determined to do whatever we can to honor their memory and support Cassidy.”
What: Texas Land & Cattle Dine-In Day for Cassidy Stay
When: Sunday, July 20, 2014; 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Where: Texas Land & Cattle – Houston Restaurants
- 12313 Katy Freeway (I-10 & Dairy Ashford)
- 11900 Dickinson Rd. (I-45S & Beltway 8, exit Fuqua, next to Home Depot)
- 8015 W. FM 1960 (FM 1960 & 249, across from Willowbrook Mall)
- 12710 US 59 South (Stafford – Hwy 59 South & Kirkwood, in the Fountains Shopping Center)
Plano-based Texas Land & Cattle is a popular restaurant chain noted for its unique “Texas Craft Dining” experience. Renowned for its premium steaks sourced exclusively from Hartley Ranch in Stephenville, TX, as well as a Texas-inspired menu of traditional favorites, the brand offers premium dining quality and service at casual dining prices. The company also owns and operates the Lone Star Steakhouse chain, America’s trusted brand for quality Texas-style dining delivered with a Texas-sized value. For the location nearest you, visit txlc.com.