Last Friday, June 15, downtown Nashville restaurant Puckett’s 5th & Church presented a check for $2,054.53 to REBOOT Alliance, a local nonprofit that supports veterans and first responders. The A. Marshall Hospitality restaurant donated ten percent of its Memorial Day sales to REBOOT.
“As a company, we are always searching for ways that we can honor and aid the brave service members in our community,” said Andy Marshall, CEO of A. Marshall Hospitality. “The assistance and training that REBOOT Alliance provides to our country’s heroes and their families in order to heal from trauma and PTSD is life-changing.”
Marshall, along with Marketing Director Sally Mink, Marketing Coordinator Lindsay Curtis and Cliff Marshall, a manager at Puckett’s 5th & Church, presented a check to Evan Owens, executive director of REBOOT Alliance, in addition to the organization’s engagement coordinator, Bryan Flanery, and communications coordinator, Lauren Orr.
REBOOT Alliance offers groundbreaking trauma healing courses around the world , and aids veterans, first responders and their families as they heal from the moral and spiritual wounds associated with service-related stress.
The funds provided by Puckett’s 5th & Church will enable more than 30 families to find hope and healing through REBOOT Alliance’s courses. It will provide meals, childcare, curriculum and direct mentorship through trauma healing courses.
“We are incredibly grateful for the partnership from Puckett’s and are eager to see all of the lives that will be changed through their support,” said Orr. “We work very hard to ensure that every dollar invested directly impacts a military or first responder family. Puckett’s truly has a heart for our brave men and women and demonstrates their support all year long.”
For more information about REBOOT Alliance, visit www.rebootalliance.com.
About Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant
With locations in downtown Franklin, downtown Nashville, downtown Columbia, downtown Chattanooga and downtown Murfreesboro, the Puckett’s roots go way back to the 1950s, and a little grocery store in the village of Leiper’s Fork, Tenn.
When it comes down to it, Puckett’s is a community kitchen, with live pickin’ performances just a few feet from your table. Authentic comfort food—barbecue smoked slow ‘n’ low over cherry wood, the home-cooked sides, even a few upscale dishes—is what Puckett’s aims for you to remember. For more information, go to www.puckettsgrocery.com.