Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Kambolis Gives Back week

Got this in my e-mail box today...

Join Us for Kambolis Gives Back Week

Dear Simon

There are a lot of unique and meaningful events coming up at C, Nu and Raincity Grill this week.

The devastation in Japan has moved us profoundly. We find ourselves asking, "How can we help?" The answer is simple: cash donations are quick, efficient and adaptable. They are the fastest, most efficient way to get help to people living in a disaster zone. They allow relief agencies to purchase supplies based on the specific needs of the affected population. Therefore, one dollar from each tasting menu ordered at our restaurants will go towards Japan relief.

Dining Out For Life is BC’s largest restaurant fundraiser, benefiting A Loving Spoonful and Friends For Life. C, Nu and Raincity Grill will contribute 25% of our food sales that day to people living with HIV/AIDS. Join us on Thursday, March 24th for this vital initiative.

Earth Hour is on Saturday, March 26th. Earth Hour asks households and businesses to turn off their non-essential lights and other appliances for one hour, to raise awareness towards the need to take action on climate change. We’ve done it the last three years at our restaurants: food, wine, and candlelight - the evenings were magical. One year at C, when we turned the lights back on, the patrons booed and asked us to just keep them off. Be a part of the global experience, and reserve at one of our restaurants today! It's a way to show leadership and be responsible for our future.

And, in that vein…

SeaWeb announced Robert Clark and Harry Kambolis as winners of the 2011 Seafood Champions Awards at the International Boston Seafood Show. The annual Seafood Champion Awards honor those who have made significant strides in improving practices and awareness of responsibly produced seafood. Seafood Choices established the award in 2006 to honor those in the seafood industry whose past or present contributions demonstrate a commitment to innovation that leads to change.

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