It’s no secret that we LOVE some Texas Roadhouse here in East Texas. The rolls with the cinnamon butter, the peanut shells we get to throw on the ground, plus the restaurant has a fun atmosphere. But tonight (7/28/22) we have a special reason to stop at Texas Roadhouse for dinner and our friends from the Tyler Police Department will be there too. Officers and athletes from Tyler, Texas will be working together for the Tip A Cop event to support Special Olympics Texas. 

This event will be specifically at the Texas Roadhouse in Tyler located at 2101 East Southeast Loop 323. You’re invited to bring the whole family out to support this wonderful cause and the tips will be accepted from 5:00pm until 9:00pm. It’s amazing that we have such great law enforcement officers that are willing to give their time to help Special Olympics Texas, so we should show up and support this amazing cause. 

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Have Dinner Plans Already? You Can Still Help Special Olympics Texas! 

This is really late notice to let you know about this event so if you already have dinner plans tonight that is understandable. If you still want to help out you can make a donation on the Tip A Cop website, all proceeds will be passed along to Special Olympics Texas, click here to donate. 

Your Donation is a Huge Help for Special Olympics Texas 

Special Olympics Texas provides year-round sports training and competitions for over 55,000 athletes. So, if you can make it out to Texas Roadhouse tonight it would be so appreciated.  

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