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Montgomery Inn offers infinite ribs to benefit good cause

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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

The Montgomery Inn Boathouse is offering all-you-can-eat ribs to benefit a good cause.

Through March 3, Montgomery Inn fans can eat as much as they want for $23.99.

FOX19's Dan Wells and Cory Stark were in attendance Thursday evening stuffing down as many ribs their stomachs could handle.

Part of the proceeds from the event will go toward Northern Kentucky's Brighton Center.

The Brighton Center offers support to more than 70 thousand people in the tri-state.  Services include education, employment and training programs and substance abuse recovery programs.

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