on sale during the month of March...

Purchase Brooks Bucks certificate(s) for $5.00 each in March; then in April, redeem Brooks Bucks certificate(s) for $7.50 each toward any meal - Lunch or Dinner - at Demos' Steak and Spaghetti House in Lebanon. 

Brooks Bucks are available March 1-31 and are redeemable April 1-30.

Supplies are limited, so get your Brooks Bucks now.


The familiar green bucks are sold through:

  • WB&T branches in Wilson County
  • The Lebanon Democrat / Mt. Juliet News
  • Wilson Division Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville office (606 E. Main Street, Lebanon)
  • Habitat Board Members including Tom Wallace @ College Hills Church
  • Habitat ReStore
  • and also available in the College Hills Church office during regular business hours

For the 14th consecutive year, Demos' Steak and Spaghetti House will sponsor the "Brooks Bucks" fundraiser to benefit Wilson Division Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville.  Beginning March 1st, the much anticipated and highly recognizable green Brooks Bucks will be available to purchase!  This Habitat fundraiser sponsored by Demos' Restaurant is one of Lebanon's favorite opportunities to enjoy a delicious meal and help Habitat raise funds to build more homes in Wilson County.  The Demos family has sponsored the fundraiser since 2003 and donated 100% of the sales proceeds to Habitat.
A $5.00 donation to Wilson Division Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville buys a Brooks Buck valued at $7.50.  It can be applied toward the purchase of a meal at Demos' Restaurant in Lebanon.
Habitat for Humanity is an international nonprofit agency dedicated to eliminating poverty housing around the world.  For over 30 years Habitat has been working with people from all backgrounds, races and religions to build houses with families in need of decent shelter.  Habitat in Wilson County has been providing simple, decent affordable housing for deserving families since 1994.


Tory Tredway, Executive Director, of Wilson County's Habitat affiliate is hopeful that this year's fundraiser will garner an additional $7,500.00 to be used toward purchasing more property on which to build Habitat homes in Wilson County. "In these times of economic uncertainty, the need for Habitat's unique approach of partnering with families and depending on donated materials, exceptional volunteers, and support from friends like Demos' is greater than ever", says Tredway.


Brooks Bucks are named after the late Brooks Franklin, humanitarian and 30 year veteran writer for the Lebanon Democrat newspaper.  Franklin was a nationally recognized newsman, winning numerous national and state awards for reporting and editorial writing.  The issue of poverty and homelessness in Lebanon lead to the Brook Bucks fundraiser, which benefits one of Franklin's most loved causes, Habitat for Humanity.  


100% of sales benefit

Wilson Division Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville