Mugshots Grill & Bar celebrated the grand opening of their second Birmingham location in Uptown Birmingham and made a $10,000 donation to the Prescott House Child Advocacy Center, which helps restore the lives of victims of child abuse and neglect.
This photo released by Mugshots Grill & Bar shows the presentation of a $10,000 check to the Prescott House Child Advocacy Center as a result of a fundraising event at the restaurant.
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Pictured are: (L to R)
Maribeth Thomas, Julia Ann Henry, Rachel Anderton and Emma Cobbs with Prescott House; David Barber, Retired District Attorney and Prescott House Board President; Chris Banchero, Will Taylor and Chris McDonald with Mugshots; Mary Murphy with Prescott House; Two Members of the Mugshots Staff; Brett Martin, Mugshots Uptown Birmingham General Manager; Jason Warshauer, Sean McCarty, and Bobby Gardner with Ain't Life Grand Investments Team.
About Mugshots Grill & Bar
The Madison, Mississippi based restaurant concept opened their first location in Hattiesburg in 2004, serving up grilled gourmet burgers, cold beer and family-friendly fun. The franchise concept has eleven locations in three states with three more slated to open in 2014. In February of 2011, Mugshots opened their first Birmingham location in Vestavia Hills.
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