The Post and Courier, 9/2020
Best Salad | California Dreaming, Charleston
Over $165,000 raised over last nine years by guests for breast cancer research and care.
Atlanta, Ga. (October 6, 2020) – In recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, CentraArchy Restaurants continues its tenth annual “Pink Kiss for the Cure” campaign throughout October. All restaurants are offering their limited edition Pink Kiss martini with 50 percent of the sales going directly to breast cancer research and care.
“Unfortunately, cancer doesn’t take a break during global pandemics and access to care is more important than ever,” said CentraArchy CEO Vince Van Brunt. “While our tenth anniversary celebrations may be smaller this year, they will be held with the same hope in our hearts. We want to express our gratitude to the thousands of guests over the years who have helped raise over $165,000 for the Pink Kiss for the Cure campaign.”
To participate, guests simply order the “Pink Kiss” at any CentraArchy Restaurant (New York Prime, California Dreaming, Chophouse New Orleans, Carolina Roadhouse, Joey D’s Oak Room, Chophouse ’47 or Gulfstream Café).
This year’s Pink Kiss campaign contributions will go to the Susan G. Komen organization—specifically to fund breast cancer research and mammogram costs for the underserved locally.
Guests are encouraged to share their photo-worthy images on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #PinkKiss.
For more information about CentraArchy Restaurants, visit www.centraarchy.com.
We’re proud to be back serving our community for dine-in service and to go after months of quarantine.
We remain committed to ensuring a healthy environment for our guests and team. With strengthened sanitizing measures, safety practices that exceed GA, SC, AL, LA and CDC standards, social distancing, single-use menus and / or sanitized plastic-sleeved menus and more. We will continue to be proactive and appreciate your support. Read more on what we’re doing below.
To our guests,
Unfortunately, our April 6th goal of re-opening has passed. The impact of the COVID-19 is difficult to process as we navigate the uncertainty of the situation on a daily basis. Our people are the heart of CentraArchy, and through this period, we are committed to doing right by our teams, guests and communities. CentraArchy remains committed to preventing the spread of the virus and keeping our families safe. Our goal is to re-open our restaurants very soon.
We will continue to monitor the situation daily and make the best decisions we can for our staff and communities. We look forward to the day we can get back to business and do what we do best – serving our guests and providing for our families.
Please take care of yourself and each other!
The entire CentraArchy team