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Bugaboo Creek Steak House Goes Pink

Posted Sept. 28, 2012, at 1:09 p.m.

Bugaboo Creek Steak House, the family-friendly steak house restaurant chain based on the culture and culinary secrets of the Bugaboo Mountains in the Canadian Rockies, will join the fight against breast cancer this October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. After raising more than $8,000 for Susan G. Komen for the Cure last year, Bugaboo Creek hopes to raise at least $10,000 this year.

Customers who donate $1 to the “Moxie Goes Pink” campaign will receive four great offers to be used at a Bugaboo Creek lodge. Last year, Bugaboo Creek sold cookies and did a special pink drink menu to raise money for the cure and bring awareness for breast cancer.

“Everyone knows someone affected by breast cancer, including many of our employees,” said Chris Campbell, president and head trail guide of Bugaboo Creek Steak House. “Raising money for a cure is a great initiative for October when breast cancer awareness is at its highest. Getting our customers involved by asking for a $1 donation gives our community a chance to help out as well.”

Originally founded in the 1990s by Edward P. “Ned” Grace III, who also founded The Capital Grille chain of upscale steak houses, Bugaboo Creek Steak House is recognized for its delicious steaks, seafood, salads and signature dishes; exceptional service and rustic mountain-lodge atmosphere featuring its one-of-a-kind animatronics show with a talking moose above the fireplace and many more animated characters. There are 12 Bugaboo Creek Steak House restaurants in Delaware, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, New Hampshire and New York.

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