The “Terrible Tail” Whips into Action at Hooters in the Arizona Center to Aid in the Gulf Coast Relief Efforts

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Desert dwellers unite to raise funds for Hurricane Katrina victims at the Hooters in the Arizona Center. All proceeds from the sale of the Rattlehead caps will be donated to the American Red Cross to aid in their relief efforts.

Hooters Restaurant located at the Arizona Center near Bank One Ballpark, along with AKA Sportswear, an Arizona company, have joined together in a promotion to benefit the victims of Hurricane Katrina and at the same time help the loyal fans of the Arizona Diamondbacks show support for their struggling team.

Foregoing a more traditional rollout of the revamped Rattlehead hat that was scheduled for early next spring, the fan friendly folks at AKA Sportswear have decided on an early release of their new stadium piece to benefit those affected by Hurricane Katrina. The faux snakeskin hat with its stylish tail will be the envy of sports fans everywhere. Imagine 50,000 fans with caps in hand waving their “Terrible Tails” in support of the home team. This ultimate rally cap can be purchased for a limited time only in a special pre-release that is intended solely to benefit the American Red Cross and their efforts in the Gulf Coast.

The donated hats will be sold at the Arizona Center location of Hooters Restaurant beginning Tuesday, September 13th with all proceeds going to benefit the American Red Cross relief effort. Fans that come into the Hooters location at the Arizona Center and show their ticket to any Diamondbacks game will receive $5 dollars off of their very own Rattlehead cap, the ultimate in fan gear, and at the same time know that all proceeds from the purchase will benefit the victims of Hurricane Katrina. The promotion is scheduled to run through the Diamondbacks series with the Milwaukee Brewers which ends on Thursday, September 15th. We will consider extending the promotion if interest warrants such an action. Our main goal is to raise as much money as we can to assist the American Red Cross in their relief efforts.

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