Drink Pink At Black Angus Steakhouse For National Breast Cancer Awareness Month


Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the US, one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. BCCA is a nonprofit organization that aims to eliminate breast cancer through research, education, advocacy and support.

“The Chloe Cares campaign inspired us to participate in the brand’s efforts to make a difference in the lives of breast cancer survivors,” said Liz Geavaras, chief marketing officer, Black Angus Steakhouse. “Our goal at Black Angus is to raise awareness by sharing the campaign with our guests and providing them with a way to support this important cause by enjoying a glass or bottle of crisp rosé with their meal.”

The Chloe 2016 Central Coast Rosé is ballet slipper pink in color with delicate notes of fresh berries and watermelon. This crisp, dry rosé pairs nicely with anything from the creamy, baked spinach and artichoke dip to the cold-water Atlantic lobster tail on the menu at Black Angus. It is available for purchase by the glass and bottle at Black Angus Steakhouse through October 31. 

For more information on Black Angus Steakhouse, please visit www.BlackAngus.com.

About Black Angus Steakhouse
Black Angus Steakhouse has been mastering its craft since it was founded in Washington in 1964. Headquartered in Los Angeles, Black Angus has 44 locations across California, Washington, Arizona, New Mexico, Alaska and Hawaii. The restaurants pay homage to its Western cattle rancher roots, but offer the finest Certified Angus Beef® and USDA Choice steaks and burgers, in addition to seafood, salads, sides and desserts for the entire family. The Bulls Eye Bar serves a robust menu of craft beer, wine and hand-crafted cocktails. More information is available online at blackangus.com or follow Black Angus on Facebook or Twitter @BASteakhouse.

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