To join email email@example.com
You’re invited to become a charter member of an exclusive group of socially conscious women united in a love of craft beer and a desire to give back. The mission of the Pink Pinty Society is to provide happiness, well-being and joy by uniting like-minded ladies who love craft beer and those who want to learn more about the industry through fun and educational events, which inspire an interest in the industry and raise funds for a women’s charitable organization.
For the year 2012-2013, we have selected Pink Ribbons Project—a local not-for-profit organization, which uses the arts to improve the quality of life for those touched by breast cancer.
The Pink Pinty Society invites you to become one of the first 100--the charter members which will be the originating chapter, helping to lay a foundation for the creation of the organization.
Not only will charter members enjoy exclusive events and free tickets to a host of food and wine events they will also be part of the first roll-out of The Pink Pinty—a pale ale to be released in 2013 at the 4th Annual BrewMasters Craft Beer Festival. More details to follow.
Charter Membership benefits include:
Membership fee: $100.00
General Membership benefits include:
Membership fee: $35.00
Memberships can be purchased online at www.brewmastersbeerfest.com or in person at the Pink Pinty Society membership booth at BrewMasters Craft Beer festival at Moody Gardens.
|Pink Pinty Advisors:||Constance McDerby, Co-Founder, Food & Vine Time Productions, Inc.|
|Alyssa Rapp, Bottlenotes|
|Sharon Coburn, Fort Bend Brewing Company|
|Bev Nevinger, Saint Arnold|
For information contact Debra Ford, firstname.lastname@example.org; 281-415-0673
Using the arts, Pink Ribbons Project saves lives and improves the quality of life for those touched by breast cancer. The organization was founded in 1995 by its Survivor Founder, Susan Rafte, a 15-year cancer survivor, and her sister, Jane Weiner, a professional dancer, who helped organize the first fundraiser so cancer survivors could testify in Washington D.C. about three cancer-fighting drugs. One of those drugs was later taken by Susan, which helped her improve enough to receive a stem cell transplant in 1997. Today, the two work tirelessly to help educate women about breast cancer through the medium of dance and art. Pink Ribbons Project raises money for breast cancer education, screening, advocacy and outreach. 100% of the funds are used locally. Pink Ribbons Project hosts Tour de Pink; Pink Pairs; Tickle Me Pink and more. Visit www.pinkribbons.org for more information.