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'Winner Winner Chicken Dinner': Austin restaurant offers homestyle meals fast - Lee McPherson

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AUSTIN, Texas — Winner Winner Rotisserie and Fine Foods provides farm-to-table food on the go! 
Winner Winner is located off of Highway 290 West and is hard to miss as it is located in a locomotive railcar.


What's faster than a locomotive? "This rail car was built in 1949. It started running from 1950-1976. It ran on the Sunset Limited line from New Orleans to Los Angeles," Sarah Lindsey, chef and owner said. "I wanted to have a place for families to get food that was quick."
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How One Woman Started Austin 20 to Help Child Sex Trafficking Victims

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Lisa Knapp knew about selling luxury goods. She was an account executive for brands like Cartier and Tiffany. And she knew about working on charity events for local nonprofit organizations. She did not know anything about the underworld of child sex trafficking. Three years ago her eyes opened to what was going on in and around the state and in Austin, and her life changed. “Children just like ours are being manipulated by strangers on the internet,” she says. It’s parents or relatives selling their children for money. Often it’s kids who have some past with child protective services or foster care, she says. “It’s a lot more common than we think,” Knapp says. It’s typically not kids from over the border or flown in from Asia, as many people might think. “I used to think that,” says Andrea Sparks, director of the child sex trafficking team in the governor’s office. “Eight years ago, I was thinking of the movie ‘Taken.’” In reality, Sparks says, “the vast majority of victims presentin…

Ski Rental in Aspen - Lee McPherson

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Interested in renting a truly unique condo in Aspen?

My condo has been recently renovated and I am now accepting rental requests through my website! Tap on the link below to quickly and easily view photos, reviews, and to book your unforgettable winter getaway.




Learn more:  www.leefmcpherson.com/leemcphersonaspenrental

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The Museum of The Weird with Lee McPherson - Austin, Texas

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Looking for somewhere truly unique to visit in Austin? 

We all know that Austin likes to keep it weird, but this quirky attraction takes that slogan up a notch. Tucked away on the infamous Sixth Street sits a place that’s full of oddities. Gape at a Feejee mermaid, stare at the Minnesota Ice Man, and watch incredible sideshow attractions. In addition to these unbelievable sights, The Museum of The Weird is rumored to be visited by ghostly spirits. This haunting museum in Austin celebrates all things paranormal.

Learn more: https://www.museumoftheweird.com/




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The Austin 20 Donation - Lee McPherson

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Right now, in the Austin area, first responders often have no place to take a child who has been trafficked for sex. Help us build Nicole's Place where a survivor can get immediate shelter and a plan for their recovery. Without our help, these children could easily end up back in the web of their traffickers. DONATE TODAY: https://theaustin20.org/donate



The Austin 20 is a 501(c)(3) organization, gifts and donations to The Austin 20 are tax-deductible. Online donors will receive an email tax receipt, and those who donate by check, money order or wire will receive a mailed tax receipt. If you have any questions about the tax-exemption status of The Austin 20, please contact Brenda Adkinson at 512-322-2001 or  brenda@lmablaw.com

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Austin 20 - Lee McPherson

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Lisa Knapp knew about selling luxury goods. She was an account executive for brands like Cartier and Tiffany. And she knew about working on charity events for local nonprofit organizations. She did not know anything about the underworld of child sex trafficking. Three years ago her eyes opened to what was going on in and around the state and in Austin, and her life changed. “Children just like ours are being manipulated by strangers on the internet,” she says. It’s parents or relatives selling their children for money. Often it’s kids who have some past with child protective services or foster care, she says. “It’s a lot more common than we think,” Knapp says. It’s typically not kids from over the border or flown in from Asia, as many people might think. “I used to think that,” says Andrea Sparks, director of the child sex trafficking team in the governor’s office. “Eight years ago, I was thinking of the movie ‘Taken.’” In reality, Sparks says, “the vast majority of victims presentin…