Ruth’s Chris Steak House in Rogers announces it will commemorate five years of being part of the Northwest Arkansas community by raising funds for five local non-profits over five weeks, beginning October 8 and culminating on Monday, November 12 with a joint celebration. The non-profits that have been chosen are: The Arts Center of the Ozarks; Spay Arkansas; The Northwest Arkansas Children’s Shelter; The ALS Association of Arkansas; and SA Concepts. Each organization will have a designated week. Ruth’s Chris will donate 20 percent of sales of all guests who are in to support their cause within that week. In addition, each non-profit will have a lounge fundraiser and will be individually offering special promotions.
Monday, November 12 will be the official five year anniversary for the restaurant. There will be a celebration with all five non-profits in attendance. It will include check presentations, recognition of five year employees and a thank you address from the ownership team. Guests will be invited to partake in cake and a celebratory toast.
October 8-14: Arts Center of the Ozarks
October 15-21: Spay/Neuter Arkansas
October 22-28: Northwest Arkansas Children’s Shelter
October 29- November 4: ALS Association (Northwest Arkansas Chapter)
November 5-11: SA Concepts
About Ruth’s Chris Steak House
Ruth’s Chris Steak House is the largest upscale steak house company in the world, with over 130 restaurant locations around the globe. Founded in New Orleans, Louisiana USA by Ruth Fertel in 1965, Ruth’s Chris specializes in USDA Prime grade steaks served in Ruth’s Chris signature fashion … “sizzling.” For more information, please contact Kris Dean at 479.633.8331 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Arts Center of the Ozarks
Making great entertainment and creative educational opportunities possible for all ages has been the mission of the Arts Center of the Ozarks since 1967. In a team effort with community artists, talented volunteers, and outside professionals, the ACO strives to bring the best opportunities in the arts to Northwest Arkansas. For more information, contact Erin West at 479.751.5441.
About Spay Arkansas
In 2007 Spay Arkansas was formed as a nonprofit to work towards proactive solutions to our pet population problem. It is their mission to make Arkansas a place where the number of companion animals available is equal to the number of people who want them through an aggressive spay and neuter program dedicated to providing low income citizens an opportunity to have their pets altered at a reasonable price. For more information, contact Jade Terminella at email@example.com
About The Northwest Arkansas Children’s Shelter
The mission of NWACS is to provide a safe haven, high quality care and hope for the future to children who have been abandoned, abused and neglected. For more information, contact Linda Phillips at 479.795.2417 firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The ALS Association of Arkansas
The ALS Association is the only national not-for-profit health organization dedicated solely to the fight against ALS, often referred to as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. They cover research, patient services, public education and advocacy in providing help and hope to those facing the disease. Locally, they provide support groups, loan closets, partnerships with DME companies for medical equipment costs and repairs, and a new grant program to aid families with personal needs like respite care, in home assistance and other costs not covered by insurance. For more information, contact Andrea Welch at 479.621.8700 or email@example.com.
About SA Concepts
Sustainable Aerodynamic Concepts is a nonprofit veteran transition program, located in Springdale, Arkansas. Through the creative reuse and recycling of various waste streams, they create jobs for American military veterans who are currently enrolled full time in school. For more information, contact Drake Vanhooser at 765.760.3763 or firstname.lastname@example.org.