Black Angus Steakhouse Invites Guests to Drink Pink to Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Black Angus Steakhouse announced on September 27 its participation in raising money, awareness and funds for breast cancer during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Throughout the month of October, the restaurant will donate $1 for every purchase of a Pink Pomegranate Punch cocktail to The Breast Cancer Charities of America (BCCA).

The Breast Cancer Charities of America exists to eliminate breast cancer as a life-threatening illness. As the leading non-profit in integrated cancer care, the BCCA aims to educate, empower and encourage pro-activity in the prevention, detection, and recovery of breast cancer.

"Black Angus executives and Team Members feel passionately about supporting Breast Cancer Awareness," says Liz Geavaras, chief marketing officer, Black Angus Steakhouse. "We are pleased to partner with The Breast Cancer Charities of America for a third year, bringing light to their mission and helping to provide resources for a disease that effects our mothers, sisters, friends and Black Angus guests."

The Pink Pomegranate Punch is a Black Angus seasonal favorite, perfectly crafted to sip on at the bar or pack some punch to your meal. Created with Bacardi Lime, Patrón, Citrónge, pomegranate, and fresh orange, it's deliciously garnished with sugared rosemary and pomegranate seeds.

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