Thursday, September 8, 2011

Dallas Cowboys Watch Party to Benefit the American Red Cross

From our friends at Central 214:

Join us in honoring America and cheering on the Dallas Cowboys as they play the New York Jets for this special game set for the 10th anniversary of 9/11. Start indoors and move to the courtyard patio at halftime for viewing under the stars. Nosh on burgers and tailgate party-themed bites -- all you can eat for just $12 per person, with half going to the American Red Cross-Dallas Area Chapter* in honor of its contributions on 9/11 and every day. We'll have touchdown-worthy half price drink specials and complimentary valet parking. The event kicks-off Sunday night Cowboys Watch Parties, planned through the fall.

"No doubt the Sept. 11 game will be packed with patriotism and emotion, so we hope our friends will take comfort in being together as we cheer on both the Cowboys and America," explains Chef Blythe Beck. "We want to raise a lot of money for the Red Cross to support all they do for our community in times of crisis."

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*You can also join Chef Blythe Beck and the Central 214 team earlier in the day at the American Red Cross-Dallas Area Chapter, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
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