WOMAN BECOMES FIRST BLACK OWNER OF AN OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE IN DETROIT AFTER STARTING AS A SERVER
A Black woman, who started as a part-time server, is now an owner of her very own Outback Steakhouse restaurant.
Fox2 Detroit news reported:
Gretta Jackson took a job as a part-time server job at an Outback in Southfield almost two decades ago to put some extra money in her pocket. She worked her way up to become the first Black woman in the Detroit area to own her own location.
What Gretta Jackson said on Facebook:
“On this day 19 years ago I began my journey with OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE as a part time server… What started off as a Hustle would quickly become my career…. fast forward to today MY 19TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY with this company and I NOW OWN MY VERY OWN OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE!!! BECOMING THE FIRST BLACK FEMALE MANAGING PARTNER FOR OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE IN THE DETROIT MARKET!!
GOD IS AMAZING…THANKING AND PRAISING HIM FOR IT ALL
HAPPY 19TH ANNIVERSARY TO ME AND HAPPY BLACK HISTORY MONTH TO YOU….
REMEMBER YOU DONT HAVE TO MAKE THE HISTORY BOOKS TO MAKE BLACK HISTORY!
MY NAME IS GRETTA JACKSON AND I AM
OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE 28850 GRATIOT AVE ROSEVILLE MI 48066
NOW HIRING FOR ALL POSITIONS