RAM donates over $8,200 to American Cancer Society

The RAM Restaurant and Brewery’s recent Drink Pink promotion raised approximately $8,235 to benefit the American Cancer Society.

Jacqueline Koch (second from left) from the American Cancer Society was presented with a check by RAM representatives Tom Lubarsky

The RAM Restaurant and Brewery’s recent Drink Pink promotion raised approximately $8,235 to benefit the American Cancer Society.

In conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness month, all company restaurant locations, including Federal Way, featured a special Drink Pink menu with $1 from each purchase being donated to help finish the fight. RAM mixologists created three new cocktails including Soco Sangria, a Pink Shandy with their own fresh and local Hefeweizen beer and the Black Opal Margarita. Also featured was Ménage à Trois Rosé wine to complement the Drink Pink menu.

All Puget Sound RAM locations also sold Drink Pink commemorative shirts and pink bracelets with a portion of the proceeds also being donated to the American Cancer Society.

Making strides against breast cancer, the monies raised will be appropriately distributed by the American Cancer Society back to the local community chapters that the RAM restaurants serve.

Representative Jacqueline Koch accepted the RAM donation on behalf of the American Cancer Society.


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