Local firefighters and police become wait staff for a nightPosted: Updated:
TUCSON, Ariz. -- Local firefighters and police traded in their badges for aprons and notepads.
Monday night, Ruby Tuesday's across the state teamed up with local law enforcement crews to raise money for the 100 club.
It's an organization that supports families of those inured or killed in the line of duty.
The officers played waiters and waitresses for the night.
"All the tips that we earn tonight through partnering with the servers those tips go directly to the 100 Club of Arizona and in turn they continue to support public safety," said Deputy Chief Sharon Allen of the Tucson Police Department.
The 100 club of Arizona was officialy organized back in 1968.