Raising Cane's set to reopen in Kingwood after Harvey

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After Hurricane Harvey destroyed the restaurant, workers toiled around the clock to get Raising Cane's ready to serve customers again in Kingwood. (KTRK)

Raising Cane's says it will welcome back guests in Kingwood after one of its restaurants was flooded during Hurricane Harvey.

The location on Kingwood Drive was one of 200,000 homes and businesses damaged in the storm.

The company says they will host a grand re-opening on Friday at 9:20 a.m., with a ribbon cutting.

The first 100 paying dine-in customers will get a free Cane's Kingwood t-shirt and a coupon for a free box combo.

"It has taken a lot of work to rebuild the Kingwood restaurant but we are back and stronger than ever," said General Manager Chris Conroy. "Everyone in the community experienced the catastrophic affects of Hurricane Harvey firsthand, but together we are picking up the pieces and rebuilding our beautiful community. We are excited to reopen on Friday and start serving our one love to the great people of Kingwood again."

Kingwood High School principal Dr. Ted Landry and the school's cheerleaders will also be on hand to cheer on Kingwood and the Raising Cane's crew.

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