PDQ (People Dedicated to Quality) restaurants and National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. (NBCF) are joining forces again in 2015 to help raise money this October as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
For the second consecutive year, PDQ will sell pink t-shirts in all of its restaurants, and this year’s original design was created by South Florida artist Sergio (SURGE) Quinonez, whose wife, Adriana, is a breast cancer survivor. Visit either PDQ restaurant in Southern Nevada 3010 W. Sahara Ave. or 3737 W. Craig Road.
Guests to PDQ can help raise needed funds in a few ways. Anyone can purchase a $6 PDQ “Shake Out Cancer” pink t-shirt and receive a free 14-ounce milkshake at the time of their t-shirt purchase. In addition, throughout the month of October, if the guest wears their pink PDQ t-shirt back into any PDQ restaurant, they will receive a free milkshake with the purchase of any combo meal.
A donation will be made to NBCF for every t-shirt and every milkshake purchased at PDQ restaurants nationwide in October. In 2014, PDQ raised $23,000 for NBCF as part of its October initiative.
“We’re honored to partner with PDQ again this October,” said NBCF Co-Founder and CEO Janelle Hail. “The funds they raise will be used to help women both locally and nationally.”
“Collaborative efforts can help so many strong, amazing women fight this horrible disease,” said Quinonez. “I am proud to partner with PDQ and NBCF for this important initiative.”
“October is a very important month to help raise awareness and money for this disease that has affected so many women, including Adriana Quinonez,” said PDQ President Steve Erickson. “We are so appreciative of the work that NBCF does on a daily basis to assist in this fight.”
To find the nearest PDQ restaurant, visit www.eatPDQ.com/locations
For more information about the National Breast Cancer Foundation, please visit www.nbcf.org