Buffets to Welcome Rebels on the Run

According to Buffets, Inc., it is turning up the heat this summer with country music sensations Montgomery Gentry. The duo’s newest CD, Rebels On The Run, will be available at all Buffets locations – Ryan’s, Country Buffet, HomeTown Buffet, Old Country Buffet, Fire Mountain and Granny’s Buffet – starting July 5 for a price of $8.99.

Buffets will donate profits from the sale of the CDs to Armed Services YMCA (ASYMCA) for Operation Outdoors, a camp program that assists the children of military personnel during deployment.

“Our brands are all about providing places for families to connect over a great meal. That’s why we are so proud to align with the ASYMCA to help further its mission of helping military families reconnect after a period of service to our country,” said Jason Abelkop, chief marketing officer of Buffets, Inc.

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Known for their hard-core country anthems, Montgomery Gentry have released their latest single, “So Called Life,” from their seventh studio album, Rebels On The Run.

Written by Sean Patrick McGraw and Bruce Wallace, Billboard Magazine recently reviewed the new single calling it a “fiery anthem.” “So Called Life” is the follow-up single to Montgomery Gentry’s Top 10 radio smash “Where I Come From.”

Buffets, Inc., one of the leading steak-buffet restaurant companies, currently operates more than 350 restaurants in 36 U.S. states.

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