Industry News | March 24, 2016

Sharky's Raises $6,500 for American Heart Association

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Sharky’s Woodfired Mexican Grill, a premium fast-casual restaurant and lifestyle brand with 24 locations in California and Oregon, presented a check for $6,500 to the American Heart Association’s Rock the Red LA campaign. Sharky’s raised the funds by donating $1 from every Wild Alaska Salmon “Lite” Burrito purchased during February, which is American Heart Month. With heart disease and stroke a leading health threat for all Americans, Sharky’s is committed to raising funds that will help educate consumers about the simple lifestyle changes they can make to dramatically increase heart health, including making healthier eating choices.

Rock the Red, #RockRedLA, is a month-long campaign led by volunteer leaders of Go Red For Women Los Angeles to raise awareness and funds for women's heart health. Companies throughout Los Angeles, including Sharky’s, have made a commitment to the hearts and lives of women in the community. 

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