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Outback Give Back – Donate, Mate!

There’s never been a better time to stop by your local Outback Steakhouse! And The Blood Connection is giving you an easy way to eat for FREE.

For the entire month of August, TBC and Outback Steakhouse are working together to spread the word about blood donation. Partnerships like this are essential to the community’s blood supply. Outback Steakhouse’s enthusiasm to partner with TBC has helped the blood center reach new donors and save more lives!

The Outback Give Back Promotion runs August 1st – August 29th. Donors who give blood at any TBC center on any Thursday will receive a $20 Outback gift card and a free Bloomin’ Onion ® coupon. To find a center near you, click here.

On August 29th, 18 Outback Steakhouse locations will host a blood mobile for a collective blood drive at the same time, 2-7 P.M. Blood donors will receive a $20 Outback gift card and a free Bloomin’ Onion® coupon. After donating, they can walk right in and enjoy a free dinner at Outback, a thank you for saving lives!

Participating Locations:

7500 Creedmoor Road Raleigh, NC
3105 Capital Blvd Raleigh, NC
3500 Mount Moriah Road Durham, NC
901 Walnut Street Cary, NC
210 Gateway Boulevard Rocky Mount, NC
845 US Highway 70 West Garner, NC
911 Outlet Center Drive Smithfield, NC
606 Greenville Boulevard SE Greenville, NC
1890 Sam Rittenberg Blvd Charleston, SC
715 Johnnie Dobbs Blvd Mt. Pleasant, SC
21 Orchard Park Drive, Suite 1 Greenville, SC
1646 J.B. White SR Boulevard Spartanburg, SC
110 Interstate Boulevard Anderson, SC
454 Bypass 72 NorthWest Greenwood, SC
125 Southern Center Way Easley, SC
250 Mitchelle Drive Hendersonville, NC
30 Tunnel Road Asheville, NC
945 Factory Shops Blvd Gaffney, SC

“TBC is very appreciative that Outback has hopped on board with us. To have a popular nationwide brand embrace what we do is monumental to the communities TBC serves. Outback is helping us spread the word about our life-giving mission, which means we are going to touch the lives of many hospital patients, together,” said TBC President and CEO, Delisa K. English.

Outback promotion at the centers will be held on 08/01, 08/08, 08/15, 08/22, 08/29. 

When donors give local with The Blood Connection, it stays local. TBC is the primary blood provider for local hospitals, which means when anyone there needs blood, TBC supplies it. While trauma is the most obvious reason for blood usage, cancer patients are usually the number one recipients of blood products. Donations are also needed for burn victims, premature infants, surgeries, and those with blood disorders, to name a few. When community members share blood, healing happens, and families remain whole. 

Blood donors must be healthy, weigh at least 110 pounds, and be 17 years old or 16 with written parental consent. Our centers are open Monday-Friday 7am-7pm and Saturday-Sunday 7am-5pm. Click here to make an appointment or to call a specific center.