"Women love drinking Chick Beer and eating Buffalo Wild Wings. And now they can have fun doing that, while helping in the fight against this terrible disease."
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) October 19, 2012
Chick Beer and Buffalo Wild Wings have teamed up in the fight against breast cancer. Throughout October, Chick Beer and Buffalo Wild Wings franchises have pledged to make a donation to a local breast charity for every bottle of Chick Beer sold at a participating Buffalo Wild Wings location.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a nationwide campaign to promote awareness; to raise funds to help in the prevention and cure; and to support the millions of women and their families and friends who have been touched by the disease.
This initiative was created by Chick Beer and KPW Management, a Buffalo Wild Wings franchise group that operates about twenty locations in Illinois and Maryland.
"It is the perfect team effort" says Shazz Lewis, Founder and CEO of Chick Brewing Company. "Women love drinking Chick Beer and eating Buffalo Wild Wings. And now they can have fun doing that, while helping in the fight against this terrible disease."
Vicki Frantz, Marketing Director of KPW Management, agrees. “We are very excited to be a part of this team effort with Chick Beer in the quest to fight the battle against breast cancer."
The participating Buffalo Wild Wings franchises are part of one of the fastest growing restaurant and bar chains in America and Canada. The company was founded in 1982 by two friends who were unable to find Buffalo-style wings when they moved from Buffalo, NY to Ohio. Buffalo Wild Wings now has over 800 locations across the U.S.
Chick Beer is a craft-brewed light lager that is designed for the female palate. The beer, brewed in Wisconsin, features a smooth, less bitter flavor, with 97 calories and 3.5 carbs. Chick Beer is now available in eleven mostly Midwestern states, with plans to continue to expand nationally.
Chick Brewing Company is a woman-owned company that launched in 2011. The company donates 5% of its profits to charities that empower women.