Apr 30, 2020

RS3 Strategic Hospitality and Nolan Ryan Beef Join Efforts to Give Back to North Texas Healthcare Community

FRISCO, Texas - The Dallas Stars and Comerica Center are teaming up with RS3 Strategic Hospitality and Nolan Ryan Beef to donate weekly meal kits to doctors, nurses and hospital administrators at Medical City Healthcare who are fighting the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic on the front lines.

"Through our partnership with RS3, the Dallas Stars and Comerica Center are grateful to participate in another opportunity to give back to our community," Dallas Stars President Brad Alberts said. "We hope that our loyal fans and neighbors in North Texas will also take part in this effort by purchasing additional meal kits for the frontline workers that are selflessly serving us during this time."

Donations are currently being accepted to help expand the meal kit program to even more frontline heroes in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Businesses and individuals can purchase meal kits to be designated for donation to Medical City Healthcare personnel when ordering online. Those interested in donating can do so by clicking here. The Dallas Stars and Comerica Center will work with Medical City Healthcare to identify healthcare professionals most in need of meal kits each week.

Prepared by RS3 Strategic Hospitality's executive chefs at Comerica Center, each meal kit comes complete with five unique meals with four servings each as well as several grocery staples, including paper towels, toilet paper, milk, bread, butter and more. Cooking and reheating instructions are also included in each kit.


"On behalf of Medical City Healthcare, we are grateful to the Dallas Stars for their tremendous support of our healthcare colleagues during this unprecedented time," said Erol Akdamar, President of Medical City Healthcare. "Food donations like this help ease the burden on our colleagues and remind us why we are a Proud Partner of the Dallas Stars."

RS3 Strategic Hospitality teamed up with the Stars and Comerica Center to offer meal kits to the North Texas community following the success of the family meal kit initiative in Round Rock.

"Like so many of us throughout Texas, Nolan Ryan Beef wanted to give back to our local frontline heroes during this pandemic. We are honored to be able to assist in these donations," Nolan Ryan Beef President and CEO Perry Coughlin said. "We hope that these donations can help ease some of the burdens faced by our healthcare professionals during this difficult time, and we encourage those in Central and North Texas with the means to donate to help us reach even more of these heroes."

Individuals and families can also purchase the weekly meal kits for personal use. For more information and a menu of the upcoming week's options, please click here.

About RS3 Strategic Hospitality
Led by Nolan, Reid and Reese Ryan and Don, Bret and Brad Sanders, Ryan Sanders Sports & Entertainment is the parent company of the Round Rock Express, RS3 Strategic Hospitality and Nolan Ryan Foundation as well as RS3 Events & Entertainment, and RS3 Turf. For more information about the Ryan Sanders Sports & Entertainment family of companies, visit RS3Sports.com.

About Medical City Healthcare
Committed to the care and improvement of human life, Medical City Healthcare strives to deliver excellence always-providing the highest quality healthcare in the communities it serves. With the resources and strength of HCA Healthcare, the nation's leading provider of quality healthcare services with 184 hospitals in the United States and England, Medical City Healthcare is one of the North Texas region's largest and most comprehensive healthcare providers. It includes 16 hospitals, more than 4,400 active physicians, 7,000 nurses and 17,000 employees. Three Medical City Healthcare hospitals are accredited comprehensive stroke centers and seven hospitals hold the prestigious Magnet Recognized® status from the American Nurses Credentialing Center.

For more information, visit MedicalCityHealthcare.com. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter @Med_City_Health