Logan’s Roadhouse Team Members “Play” with Their Food for A Good Cause



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Logan's Roadhouse Team Members "Play" with Their Food for A Good Cause

(From left to right): Sam Borgese, President and CEO, Logan’s Roadhouse; Maria Rivera, Executive Vice President of Operations, Logan’s Roadhouse; Kyle Williams, Senior Manager, Corporate Engagement, Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee.
Photo credit: Steph Grant Photography.

Logan's Roadhouse Team Members "Play" with Their Food for A Good CauseSome uphold the rule that one should never play with their food. During Logan’s Roadhouse’s 25th Annual General Manager’s conference, attendees representing Logan’s restaurants throughout the nation broke that rule, but for an important cause – to make a significant impact in the community while building relationships with other team members.

The event, called End Hunger Games, benefited the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. At the end of the event, Second Harvest made a short presentation and attendees assisted in transporting 8,000 lbs. of nonperishable food items to a waiting transport vehicle to deliver to Second Harvest’s facility. From Prowling the Cat(food)walk, where participants balanced food on their heads as they navigated a simple course, to a Tower of Treats, where teams competed to see who could build the highest tower out of nonperishable items before it toppled, Logan’s Roadhouses’ general managers reinforced team bonds while making a difference in the lives of those in need.

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