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Portion of retail and food sales at Austin airport to support Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

Delaware North and several of its Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA) partners today will be donating a portion of sales to relief efforts for damage caused by Hurricane Harvey in Houston.

Headlining the effort is Earl Campbell’s Sports Bar, which will donate 15 percent of its sales. Campbell, a legendary running back who played for the Houston Oilers and University of Texas Longhorns, will be be onsite from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to sign autographs and sell merchandise.

“After seeing the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey, Earl and I got together over the weekend and decided to raise money for the flood victims at Earl Campbell’s Sports Bar at ABIA,” said Terry Mahlum, a regional vice president of Delaware North’s travel business.

In addition to Earl Campbell’s Sports Bar, the following are participating Delaware North-operated venues at the Austin airport will be donating five percent of sales: Austin Chronicle News, Austin City Limits/Waterloo Records and Video, Austin Java, Austin Warehouse District, Book People, Fifth & Congress, G2G, Hill’s Café, Hoover’s Cooking, Ivini’s Italian, Maudie’s Tex-Mex, Nuevo Leon, Ray Benson’s Roadhouse, Ray’s Street Food, Salt Lick Taco Bar, Saxon Pub, Schlotzsky’s & Cinnabon, SoCo Market and The Salt Lick Bar-B-Que.

PHOTO CAPTION: Earl Campbell, an NFL Hall of Famer and Delaware North partner, is on-hand signing
autographs today while 15 percent of sales at his namesake Austin airport restaurant benefit
Hurricane Harvey reflief efforts.