Starting October 1, Black Angus Steakhouse will donate $1 from every purchase of a glass of Prosecco Rosé by Francis Coppola, to the National Breast Cancer Coalition (NBCC) in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Throughout October, guests are encouraged to drink pink to help raise funds and awareness for NBCC. The Prosecco Rosés is available at all locations for $9 per glass, $27 per bottle. (In Hawaii the cost is $10 per glass, $30 per bottle)
“For almost a decade we have been working to help in the fight against Breast Cancer. As a company, Black Angus Steakhouse is passionate about this project not only because of the nationwide impact of the disease, but because of the personal effects it has had on our family of team members. We are all in this together, and we are eager to help the National Breast Cancer Coalition achieve their mission to use advocacy, education, policy, and research to end breast cancer.” says Deborah Shapiro, VP of Growth at Black Angus.
Founded in 1991, the National Breast Cancer Coalition is a collaboration of activists, survivors, researchers, policy-makers, grassroots groups and national organizations that have come together as disruptive innovators for social change. We link hundreds of organizations and tens of thousands of individuals from across the country into a dynamic, diverse coalition that gives breast cancer a meaningful voice in Washington, D.C., and state capitals; in laboratories and health care institutions; and in local communities everywhere.
The Prosecco Rosé by Francis Coppola is available at Black Angus locations throughout the U.S. including:
-CALIFORNIA: Bakersfield, Blossom Hill, Brentwood, Buena Park, Burbank, Chula Vista, Citrus Heights, El Cajon, Escondido, Fountain Valley, Lakewood, Lancaster, Montclair, Northridge, Ontario, San Bernardino, San Lorenzo, Santa Ana, Temecula, Torrance, Ventura, Whittier
-WASHINGTON: Federal Way, Puyallup, Spokane, Vancouver
-ARIZONA: Arrowhead, Chandler, Goodyear, Superstition
-NEW MEXICO: Albuquerque
-HAWAII: Pearl City
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