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Jeff Ruby To Buy Graduates Of Four Colleges A Free Steak Dinner

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Ruby's Nashville restaurant. Ruby's Nashville restaurant.

CINCINNATI, OH (WLWT) Restaurateur Jeff Ruby says he will give every graduate of UC, Xavier, NKU and UK a free steak dinner.

WLWT reports that the news was announced on Bill Cunningham's show 700WLW.

On the show, Ruby said that every student who graduates from the University of Cincinnati, Xavier University, Northern Kentucky University, and the University of Kentucky can get a free steak dinner as a graduation present at any of his restaurants over the next four years.

Ruby did not specify if other colleges are included.

The details haven't been worked out, but the students will have to show proof of their recent graduations.

WLWT reports that the restaurateur will send out a press release later to hash out the details.

Ruby recently promised steak dinners to every NKU undergrad student if the team beat UK. UK won, but now Ruby had decided he will add a steak called "The NKU Norse" to the new menu at The Precinct.

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