Dallas, TX - October 31, 2016 - The Original Pancake House (OPH) DFW recognized Breast Cancer Awareness month in October by donating 10% of their sales every Tuesday to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF). OPH-DFW Associates wore pink ribbons and wrist bands throughout the month to show their support. $8,750 was raised during the awareness campaign and BCRF has a donor who is matching donations up to $65K.
Representatives from the Mary Kay Foundation joined OPH-DFW in their campaign by handing out pink roses to Guests on Tuesdays. The campaign engaged people throughout North Texas through social media, in-store posters, email campaigns and public relations.
"We want to thank all of our Associates, Guests and those from the Mary Kay Foundation who gave their time and resources to help support this important cause,” said Kevin Payne, OPH- DFW President.
Every two minutes a woman in the US is diagnosed with breast cancer. For more information about the Breast Cancer Research Foundation visit, www.bcrfcure.org.
For more information about The Original Pancake House DFW visit, www.ophdfw.com.
About The Original Pancake House DFW:
The Original Pancake House has been creating made from scratch freshness in the DFW area since 1987. The local franchise, owned by Mark Davis Bailey and Jonathan Seyoum, currently serves the North Texas community with eight locations, with newest location recently opened in Fort Worth. The combination of quality and hospitality at each location is the basis for why families have kept returning to the Original Pancake House for more than 29 years in the DFW area and almost 60 years nationwide. For more information about the Original Pancake House franchise in Texas, visit www.ophdfw.com or find OPH on Facebook www.facebook.com/ophdfw.com.