Cattlemens & MeterSwap Feed 1,000 Front Line Workers
MeterSwap and Cattlemens Feed Front Line Workers during COVID-19
April 8th, 2020
Cattlemens Steakhouse has teamed up with MeterSwap to feed 1,000 nurses, hospital staff and police departments in the Sacramento and Solano County area. As soon as the surrounding counties went into a shelter in place, Cattlemens opened for take-out and curbside service only. After putting their heads together, MeterSwap and Cattlemens decided to serve those that are serving so many in need during the pandemic. Dan Block, president of MeterSwap stated, “Makes me proud to be a part of your efforts to give back to the community. It’s with the efforts of all Americans with a heart, and hope, that we will help each other get through this historical time in our lives.”
Cattlemens Public Relations Manager Miranda Smith shared, “Feeding the front line workers in our community has been an honor for Cattlemens, and we continue to express our gratitude as all of us fight the battle and effects of COVID-19.”
MeterSwap is a leading provider of specialized programming services, including complete smart meter installation services. MeterSwap specializes in delivering asset management solutions to the electric, gas, water and telecommunications industries. MeterSwap.com
Cattlemens Restaurants is a family-owned and operated eight-restaurant steakhouse chain headquartered in Santa Rosa, CA. Established in 1968, it employees over 600 people. Known for its Western-style casual atmosphere and dedication to uncompromising hospitality, the restaurants feature Harris Ranch corn fed all-natural beef, which is aged and hand-cut on the premises by Cattlemens’ own expert butchers. Cattlemens is a recent winner of the prestigious National Beef Backer Award.