Logan’s Roadhouse has launched a school grant program to support K-12 music education across the country. Now through December 18, eligible non-profit K-12 music programs across the U.S. can apply to receive grants. A total of $25,000 will be given away to schools nationwide.
“Music is a key part of the Roadhouse experience,” Logan’s Roadhouse Director of Community Engagement Becky Shaw said. “You can come visit us for a great steak, in a terrific atmosphere, with memorable music playing on our jukeboxes. We also believe in bringing that music to life in our communities through recognition and rewards for music teachers and students. At Logan’s Roadhouse, we understand the role that music plays in equipping students to take on leadership roles, but we also understand that funding can be hard to come by. That’s why Logan’s Roadhouse is offering grants to help support school music programs across the country.”
Schools can go to www.Logansroadhouse.com/MusicInSchools no later than December 18, 2015, to apply for grants and see complete rules. Applicants should briefly describe how they will use their grant. Videos and photos can also be submitted for consideration. Everyone who applies will be notified by December 31.
Logan’s Roadhouse also supports emerging artists through the Music City Live!? tour, which will kick off a 15-market tour in May 2016.
Headquartered in Nashville, Logan’s Roadhouse Inc. exists to refresh people on the road of life, one plate, one drink, and one song at a time. Offering guests wood-fire-grilled steaks, made-from-scratch recipes, fresh ingredients and American-inspired signature favorites in a roadhouse atmosphere, it presently operates 230 company-operated and 26 franchised Logan’s Roadhouse restaurants in 23 states. For more information, visit www.logansroadhouse.com. To become a fan of Logan’s Roadhouse on Facebook, visit www.facebook.com/Logans.Roadhouse.