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Colorado Police to raise money at Texas Roadhouse

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Colorado Police plan to trade in their badges for aprons and bread baskets, at least for a night. In partnership with Texas Roadhouse, multiple state police agencies plan to raise money for Special Olympics Colorado with an event they are calling Tip-a-Cop.

On Thursday, Dec. 7, 14 simultaneous fundraisers will take place at Texas Roadhouse locations across the state. Officers will assist the wait staffs, serving guests and accepting donations.

All donations from the events will go to support Special Olympics Colorado.  The events will take place from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at various Texas Roadhouse locations.

The fundraisers will take place at Texas Roadhouse locations in the following cities:

Aurora, Arvada, Colorado Springs, Ft. Collins, Grand Junction, Greeley, Littleton, Longmont, Monument, Northfield, Parker, Sheridan

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