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Red Robin Donates Ovens to Fight Hunger

August 06, 2013 Industry News

Red Robin donated 19 Amana convection/microwave ovens to Food Bank of the Rockies to be used in the food bank’s efforts to fight hunger in Colorado communities.  The ovens were formerly used in the kitchens of the Red Robin Colorado locations and had an original cost of nearly $60,000.

Red Robin, which operates 20 casual dining restaurants in Colorado and has more than 470 locations in North America, worked with Feeding America, the nation's leading domestic hunger-relief charity to arrange the food bank donation.

An additional eight ovens from Red Robin restaurants in California, New Jersey, and Florida were donated to local food banks through Feeding America, and the original cost of all 27 of the donated ovens was more than $80,000.

 

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