Sick and Tired of Pink Ribbon Marketing? Join Us on October 10th!

ASLTP_logo croppedSick and tired of pink ribbon marketing? Looking for a meaningful alternative to purchasing a pink ribbon product this October?

Join Breast Cancer Action and our Honorary Hosts, owners of Millennium restaurant, Ann and Larry Wheat at our annual Action Speaks Louder Than Pink – Food for Thought event.

Don’t miss out! Get your ticket today!

Thursday, October 10, 2013 
6 p.m. – 9 p.m. 
SF80 – 80 Missouri Street, San Francisco, CA
(wheelchair accessible)

$125 per person
$1,000 for table of 8 
Bring your friends or contact us about being a table host

BCAction’s unique thought-provoking and entertaining program includes highlights from 12 years of Think Before You Pink® campaigns that have successfully called for accountability and transparency from mainstream breast cancer organizations and pinkwashing companies that profit from this disease. You’ll never see a pink ribbon or a breast cancer promotion the same way again.

We are all in for a treat when it comes to the incredible menu: a delicious and healthy four-course dinner prepared by renowned Bay Area chefs who cook with locally sourced, organic and sustainable ingredients whenever possible. Charlie Ayers from CalafiaChris Johnson from HavenSusanne Stampke and Sascha Weiss from The Plant Café Organic and Eric Tucker from Millennium collaboratively create the menu which includes vegetarian and vegan options for all courses.  

Our emcee is celebrated food writer, Marcia Gagliardi of tablehopper.comHer extensive knowledge of local culinary hotspots and rising stars paired with her generosity and community involvement makes her a perfect hostess for our thought-provoking foodie event.

Action Speaks Louder Than Pink – Food for Thought promises an evening of culinary delight and thought-provoking program.  We look forward to dining and inspiring you all this Breast Cancer Industry Month!

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