Friday, April 11, 2014

Wet Willie's hosts Kiss-A-Pig events

Posted By on Fri, Apr 11, 2014 at 11:09 AM

Wet Willie’s and Phi Pigma Kappa, a team of local business women and 2014 Kiss-A-Pig contenders, kick off this year’s Kiss-A-Pig Campaign with a Wipeout Diabetes Beach Bash weekend fundraiser featuring two new sugar-free daiquiris to help create diabetes awareness and raise money for the mission of the American Diabetes Association (ADA).

The annual Kiss-a-Pig Campaign pits community leaders against each other in a contest to raise the most "votes," with $1 = 1 vote. At the end of the campaign, the candidate or team with the most "votes" kisses a live pig, honored by ADA as the original source of insulin.

Wet Willie’s will also be offering month-long specials that can be purchased to help aid in the campaign against diabetes including:

April 11-13: Pink Beads will be given out with a request for a $1 donation

April 11-13: Pink Jelly Wristbands that say ‘Wet Willie’s Wipeout Diabetes’ will be given out with the request of a $1 donation

April 11-13: $2 Pink Finger shots with $1 of the price paid to benefit ADA

April 11-13: Raffle tickets offered to win a $100 Wet Willie’s gift card with $1 donation to ADA for 1 raffle ticket. Two winners will be drawn - one on Friday and one on Saturday night at 10 p.m

April 12: 10% percent of sales from 8 p.m. to closing on will be donated to ADA

Month of April: ADA fundraiser t-shirts will be sold all month for $16 and $8 of each shirt sold will benefit the ADA

Month of April: $5 of the price paid for all PINK Koozies will benefit ADA

Month of April: $1 of the price paid for all PINK Coolies will benefit ADA.

The Wipeout Diabetes Beach Bash weekend fundraiser campaign and month-long specials will take place at Wet Willie’s Savannah locations at 101 E. River St. and 20 Jefferson St., as well as Wet Willie’s on Tybee Island located at 16 Tybrisa St., Suite B.

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