The RAM Restaurant Group raise more than $10,500 for the American Cancer Society

  • Thursday, November 30, 2017 1:07pm
  • Business

In conjunction with October Breast Cancer Awareness month, The RAM Restaurant Group partnered with Making Strides and the American Cancer Society to raise more than $10,500 with its Power of Pink Promotion.

All company restaurants – including the Kent location – featured pink cocktails with $1 from each purchase being donated to the ACS to help finish the fight.

The company donation to the American Cancer Society will be appropriately distributed back to each local community ACS chapter that The RAM Restaurants serves to help initiatives, including the Making Strides events in those cities.

This is the third consecutive year that the company has partnered with the American Cancer Society in October and during that time has raised over $26,000.

The RAM is a Washington-based, team member-owned restaurant and brewing company.

The company prides itself on being community-involved. Since 1971, The RAM Restaurant Group has donated more than $1,000,000 back to the hometowns they serve through a variety of philanthropic initiatives.

Learn more at theram.com.

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