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UTSA Chili's Too offers special promotion and and local band April 8

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(April 3, 2010)--Celebrate the Chili's Too "Fresh Pairings" promotion from 5 to 7 p.m., Thursday, April 8 with a live music performance by UTSA's very own Atlantis -- The Band. Enjoy an eclectic mix of jazz, R&B, hip hop and rock performed by a talented group of students from the UTSA Department of Music.

With "Fresh Pairings" beginning Tuesday, April 6, indulge your taste buds by picking an appetizer and an entree from a list of choices for just $9.99.

For example, you can get chips and salsa and a BBQ pulled-pork sandwich for just $9.99, or try a half-order of Southwestern egg rolls and a steakhouse sandwich also for just $9.99. Visit Chili's Too today to find your own "Fresh Pairing."

This great value is available Monday through Friday and from 4 to 7 p.m., Sunday at the UTSA Chili's Too.

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