Arooga’s Grille House & Sports Bar raised more than $13,000 in October for breast cancer awareness.
Arooga’s raised funds for the month of October to benefit the Feel Your Boobies Foundation, the Terry Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation, and the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Foundation, topping the more than $10,000 they raised in 2016 for the same organizations. This is the fourth consecutive year that Arooga’s has supported the Feel Your Boobies Foundation, raising more than $27,000 to date for the organization which promotes proactive breast health in young women. In partnership with Blue Moon, Arooga’s donated $1 from every Blue Moon draft sold at all of its locations for the entire month, and they additionally donated 10 percent of their “pink chip” menu item sales; Buffalo Chicken Dip, Chips & Salsa, and Seafood Nachos, to the cause.
“We’ve always had strong ties to our community, so we’re thrilled to have partnered again with the Feel Your Boobies Foundation, an organization local to Harrisburg, in order to raise awareness about this serious women’s issue,” says Gary Huether, Jr., co-founder and president of Arooga’s. “It’s awesome that we were able expand our reach to our other locations in other states, and that we have the support of great partners like Blue Moon.”
“The partnership with Arooga’s has been invaluable,” says Leigh Hurst, founder and President of the Feel Your Boobies Foundation. “With this support we have been able to strategically continue to expand our College Outreach Program and improve the educational resources we provide to over 200 college health centers nationwide. We are so grateful.”
Since opening its first restaurant in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in 2008, Arooga’s has strived to offer its guests the ultimate sports bar experience by offering the latest trends in technology and service. Arooga’s began franchising in 2014 and in addition to 10 corporate locations in Central Pennsylvania, Arooga’s currently has five franchise locations in operation, with locations in Florida, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania currently under development.
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