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For Immediate Release
Dine Out April 17 and Help the Knox County School System
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April 16, 2012 - The Knox County School System and 41 Knoxville restaurants with 84 locations will participate in the ninth annual Dine Out For Education event on Tuesday, April 17. We invite you to join us in support of the school district through your patronage of the participating restaurants that day.

Dine Out For EducationAll you have to do is eat at a participating Dine Out For Education restaurant on April 17. Whether you eat every meal out or just one meal at a participating restaurant, 10 percent of your pre-tax total will be donated to Knox County Schools Partners In Education. Proceeds from the 2012 Dine Out For Education will help fund Partners In Education programs that build better educational opportunities for every child, resulting in a better community for all.

The Partners In Education program connects schools throughout Knox County with nearly 600 contributing organizations. Businesses, civic clubs, professional organizations, churches, government agencies and individuals are making differences in schools with their time, talent and resources. For more information on how your organization can join
this effort, contact the Public Affairs Office at 594-1909.

 

 

 

 



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