July 23, 2015 | Updated: January 29, 2019

By Steve Helm


TONIGHT (July 23), 43 Texas Roadhouse locations in the State of Texas are participating in Tip-A-Cop Night, a Law Enforcement Torch Run fundraising event for Special Olympics Texas. From 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., local officers across the state will exchange uniforms for aprons and will serve tables for tips, which all will be donated to SOTX at the end of the dinner shift. See the list of participating locations below and head to Texas Roadhouse for supper tonight and be sure to tip your cops!

They're already dancing at the Texas Roadhouse - College Station, TX. They'll be there through Thursday!

Posted by Special Olympics Texas on Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Abilene                       1381 S. Danville Rd.,

Amarillo                      2805 W. I-40

Austin                         13435 US Highway 183 North

Austin                          9300 S I- 35 Service Rd.

Bedford                      3000 Crystal Springs St. 

Brownsville                3400 N. Expressway 77/83 

College Station          1601 University Drive East

Corpus Christi           2029 S. Padre Island Dr.                   

Denton                       2817 S. I-35 East

El Paso                        5010 N. Desert  Blvd. 

El Paso                        10729 Gatweay Bvd. E.,

Flower Mound           3811 Long Prairie Road

Fort Worth                 4720 SW Loop 820

Fort Worth                 5250 Endicott Avenue

Friendswood              18194 Gulf Freeway

Garland                       5012 N. President George Bush Hwy.

Grand Prairie             2536 W. I-20 

Harlingen                   4805 South Expressway 77/83

 

Hollywood Park         16915 San Pedro Ave.

 

Houston                       124-B FM 1960 East

Houston                     13345 FM 1960 Road West

Katy                             20840 Katy Freeway

Killeen                         3709 E. Central Texas Expressway 

Kingwood                   23750 US 59 North

Laredo                        5722 San Bernardo Ave. 

Live Oak                     13830 N. I-35

Lubbock                     4810 S. Loop 289 

Mansfield                   940 N. Hwy. 287

McAllen                      1224 E. Jackson Ave.

McKinney                    3101 S. Central Expressway

Mesquite                    1420 N. Peachtree Road 

Odessa                       4221 Grandview Avenue      

Pasadena                    3033 E. Sam Houston Parkway

Pflugerville                 15415 N. I-35 Service Road NB

Rosenberg                  24020 Southwest Freeway

San Antonio               2893 Cinema Ridge

San Antonio              2751 S.E. Military Dr.

Temple                              624 N. General Bruce Dr.

The Colony                 4125 State Hwy. 121

Tomball                      24530 Tomball Parkway       

Victoria                       4908 N. Navarro St.

Waco                         2729 La Salle Avenue

 

   

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