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Tucson's only Red Robin closing

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TUCSON - Red Robin at the Tucson Mall will be shutting its doors on July 4. 

Red Robin Corporate decided not to renew the franchise's lease after 30 years in business, according to the restaurant manager. 

The restaurant will close at 6 p.m. on July 4.

Red Robin will likely open another location in Tucson, said the manager. 

About 75 employees are affected by the location's closure. 

The restaurant will be raising money for ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. The location's owner, Dan Barnes, died from ALS in October 2016.

A percentage of all "freckled lemonades", appetizers and desserts will go towards ALS research. 

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