Talk of the Town Restaurant Group raises $40,108 for Kids Beating Cancer

Posted on: April 1st, 2019

Talk of the Town Restaurant Group, its patrons, and friends of Kids Beating Cancer raised $40,108.95 for Kids Beating Cancer during their March Round Up for Charity Campaign. All of the Talk of the Town restaurants participated in the “Round Up for Charity” program, asking their guests to round up their checks to support Kids Beating Cancer.

Talk of the Town Restaurant Group was founded in 1974 by the father and son team of Charley and Ron Woodsby and has been a great supported of Kids Beating Cancer for several years. Talk of the Town now encompasses nine restaurants in Central Florida, including Charley’s Steak House, FishBones, Johnnie’s Hideaway, MoonFish, Texas Cattle Company and Vito’s Chop House. For over 40 years the Woodsby’s have been personally generous to local charities and decided to take it a step further in 2017. In keeping with the family tradition of giving back, Clark Woodsby, Executive Vice President, joined his father and grandfather to create a private charity called Talk of the Town Restaurant Group Foundation. All of the restaurants participate in a “Round Up for Charity” program to support local charities throughout Central Florida.  All of the costs of running the foundation are paid for by the Woodsby family so that 100% of the money collected goes directly to the charity.

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