Baumhower’s Victory Grille Donates 5% of Veterans Day Proceeds to National Veterans Foundation on Veterans Day

Baumhower’s Victory Grille Celebrates Veterans Day by donating 5% of Veterans Day Proceeds to National Veterans Foundation

Aloha Hospitality, Inc., parent company of Baumhower’s Victory Grille, honor our military heroes by donating 5% of their restaurant’s proceeds on Veterans Day, Saturday, November 11 to the veteran service programs of the National Veterans Foundation.

“I can’t think of a better way to honor our Veterans than to support their readjustment to civilian life,” said Bob Baumhower, self-proclaimed Head Fry Cook. “Every guest who comes into our restaurants on Veterans Day will be part of supporting the great work the National Veterans Foundation does.

In addition to their Veterans Day support, all of Bob Baumhower’s restaurants, including the fine-dining gem Dauphin’s in downtown Mobile, AL offer big discounts to veterans and active military. A 25% discount is given to all veterans and active duty military personnel dining in uniform at any location. Those dining out of uniform receive a 10% discount when they present a military ID.


Years of Support for Veterans in Alabama

Baumhower’s restaurant’s partnership with the National Veterans Foundation began in 2014 through the “Bob’s Platoon” campaign.

Shad Meshad, the President and Founder of the National Veterans Foundation and Bob Baumhower are both sons of Alabama. Shad Meshad grew up in Birmingham before going off to Vietnam in 1970. After serving he dedicated his life to counseling and advocating for veterans.

Bob Baumhower played football for the University of Alabama Crimson Tide under Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant. There, he was an All-American offensive lineman. In the NFL, he was a five-time Pro Bowler and All-Pro for the Miami Dolphins. He played in two Super Bowls under Coach Don Shula. The first of Baumhower’s restaurants was opened in 1981. He has been in the hospitality industry ever since. The restaurant chain was created to share Bob’s passion for food, sports, and hospitality. Baumhower’s prides itself on being the first to introduce Buffalo wings to the state of Alabama.

“Baumhower’s and Aloha Hospitality are important partners in our work helping veterans,” said NVF President & Founder Shad Meshad.  Bob Baumhower really cares about our troops and our vets and especially relevant is the fact that he demonstrates that every year. His continued support and fundraising efforts are extremely admirable.”

About the National Veterans Foundation

Since 1985, the National Veterans Foundation has helped over 400,000 veterans and their families. NVF provides crisis and information services through the nation’s first vet-to-vet hotline for all U.S. veterans and their families. In addition, NVF’s veteran counselors provide veterans and their families with information, counseling and service referrals. They provide support for suicide crisis, VA benefits, mental health counseling, housing, medical services, education benefits, financial issues and more.

About Baumhower’s Victory Grille

For more than 35 years, the Aloha Hospitality family of restaurants has served up both a passion for food and the commitment to excellence that Bob Baumhower learned from his playing days with the Alabama Crimson Tide and Miami Dolphins. Bob and the Aloha team commit themselves to locally-sourced ingredients, classic to cutting-edge dishes and a spectacular guest experience. In addition, Baumhower’s Victory Grille offers nine locations throughout the state of Alabama including locations in Huntsville, Tuscaloosa, Birmingham, Montgomery, Auburn and Daphne.  To learn more visit their website: www.baumhowers.com.

 

 

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