Cattlemens in Sonoma County re-opens after Northbay Wildfires
**Update**Cattlemens is participating in Montgomery Village Shopping Center’s Sonoma Strong – A Benefit Concert at the Village on Sunday, November 5 from 11am to 4pm in Village Court.
“Cattlemens’ Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, John Frenzel, offered to feed First Responders and their families for free at the concert in appreciation of their courageous efforts. No sooner than an email to Brad Caudill, Harris Ranch VP of Marketing, hundreds of pounds of Harris Ranch beef for the First Responders’ Corral and Cattlemens’ Festival booth was donated with Brad and his team committed to driving their festival grill up from the Central Valley to help. “
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Cattlemens organizing efforts to support affected staff and surrounding communities.
Cattlemens Steakhouse wants to thank you for everyone’s concern for the safety and well-being of our staff and families during the Devastating wild fires that has hit this region. There have been thousands of homes lost, thousands of people still evacuated, hundreds of missing people and sadly some lives lost.
“Our grills are on and arms are open”stated Carla Jones, the General Manager of the Santa Rosa, Montgomery Village location. The message is clear, we would love to see you at any Cattlemens, even just to say hello.
With much of Cattlemens staff at the Santa Rosa & Petaluma locations displaced and in need, staff has set up an employee fund to support the Cattlemens Family. If you are interested in donating, visit page at GoFundMe.
We are also currently accepting donations of goods at our 6 other Cattlemens Locations. Redding, Dixon, Roseville, Selma, Rancho Cordova, and Livermore. Please see additional details regarding items requested and distributed at the link here.
Thank you all for being the most wonderful Guests in the West. We love you! ❤️