The TTPA 2011 Christmas Party is scheduled for Friday, December 2, 2011. We have made reservations for 60 at the Plano Outback Steakhouse, but if you plan to attend, you should call in YOUR reservation details so they can be sure that 60 is enough. Here are the details:

TTPA Christmas Party

Friday December 2nd, 2011
6:30pm – 11:00pm

Outback Steakhouse
509 N. Central Expressway, Plano, TX
(just north of 15th Street on the southbound Access Road of Central Expressway, aka US 75)

(972) 516-4100


Special: 6oz. Centercut sirloin.
Temp of Steak (choice): Rare, medium-rare, medium, medium-well, well done

Chicken on the Barbie: special BBQ sauce

Atlantic Salmon: 7 oz. Seasoned and grilled salmon fillet

All entrees are served with your choice of two sides OR a side and a soup/salad.
Choice of House Salad, Caesar Salad or cup of Potato Soup

Dressings: Ranch, Blue Cheese, Honey Mustard, Mustard Vinaigrette, Tangy Tomato or 1000 Island

And Choice of:
Baked Potato, steamed vegetables, green beans, garlic mashed potatoes

Cheesecake with chocolate or raspberry sauce or carrot cake

According to Jamie (Manager at Outback): The kids menu will be accepted! Kid’s Menu prices start at $4.99

Please call them and tell them:

  • TTPA Christmas Party
  • Your Name
  • The number of people in your party

The cost will be $15.00 per person + $1.00 for desert. Tax and 18% Gratuity is NOT included. All checks will be separate and alcohol is not included in the price of the meal.

We will be having a Gift Exchange, so if you would like to participate, please bring a pre-wrapped gift valued at $20.

This would be the perfect opportunity to pay your Dues for 2012, so bring your checkbook as well. In addition to supporting the TTPA projects, membership in the TTPA also includes a monthly newsletter, details about area rides, and FREE CareFlite insurance. Check out our FAQ for more information

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