Outback Steakhouse hosts silent auction for Operation Homefront - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Outback Steakhouse hosts silent auction to raise money for Operation Homefront

Provided by Outback Steakhouse

Outback Steakhouse® customers can own a piece of the Outback while supporting military families through Operation Homefront. Outback is remodeling the Lubbock restaurant and hosting a silent auction as well as a ribbon cutting with the local Chamber of Commerce. The community is invited to come and get a first look at the final look and can bid on previous Australian décor taken right from the walls. All of the money raised from the auction will go directly to the local Operation Homefront. Customers can also enjoy complimentary passed Aussie-tizers during the auction. Throughout the remodeled restaurant, from the front foyer to the spacious, robust bar area and in the booths, customers will feel the difference in the energy and atmosphere at this Outback.

WHEN: Thursday, July 19, 2012, 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

DONATION: 100% of donation benefits Operation Homefront.

WHERE: Lubbock

4015 South Loop 289

(806) 788-0035

(Off Loop 289, between Quaker and Indiana)

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