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Red Robin plans donations, give-aways at grand opening

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April 15, 2011 |

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers announced that it will give away free Child ID Kits and make a donation to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children during the grand opening week of its new Woodland location in the Gateway shopping center at County Road 102 and Interstate 5.

The restaurant, at 2031 Bronze Star Drive in the Gateway center, will open at 11 a.m. Monday, April 25, a news release said.

In its Burgers With a Heart fundraiser, 50 cents from every burger sold during opening week — April 25 to May 1 — will go to the missing children center. And the eatery will hand out free Child ID Kits.

“Child ID Kits are a simple, yet effective method to help parents and guardians maintain a current photograph and other descriptive details about their children,” said Ernie Allen, president and CEO of NCMEC, in the news release. “We want to thank Red Robin for helping us spread the word about child safety to help make communities across the country safer.”

“Red Robin — known as the gourmet burger expert — offers more than two dozen high-quality gourmet burgers served with Bottomless Steak Fries (which means free refills) as well as a variety of salads, entrees, soups and wraps made with the freshest ingredients, many of which are made in-house,” the news release said.

Red Robin, a casual dining restaurant chain founded in 1969, includes more than 450 restaurants across the United States and Canada. For more information about Red Robin, visit www.redrobin.com.

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
 is a nonprofit organization established by Congress in 1984. The center operates the toll-free, 24-hour national missing children’s hotline, 1-800-THE-LOST, which has handled more than 2.5 million calls. It has assisted law enforcement in the recovery of more than 157,720 children. For more information, call the center’s hotline or go to www.missingkids.com.

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