LAS VEGAS, Aug. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Great customers, wholesome food, and delicious recipes. Three key ingredients for the success of the Rachel's Kitchen restaurant chain. Founder Debbie Roxarzade brought her dreams of success with her from Los Angeles in 2006 and opened her first Rachel's Kitchen location in Las Vegas in south Summerlin. Now nine years later, she and her dedicated team of franchisees and employees are serving tantalizing dishes at seven Las Vegas valley locations.
To celebrate nine years of growth, Rachel's Kitchen founder Debbie Roxarzade will offer complimentary tastings of restaurant favorites all day on September 1st at the Hualapai and Desert Inn location. And since September is "blood cancer awareness month" Roxarzade wants to again show her support for our community by giving back. Every Rachel's Kitchen will donate 20% of the day's sales to the "Leukemia and Lymphoma Society/Team Greg" here in Las Vegas. "We have been a proud supporter of this wonderful Society in the past and thought this was the perfect month to do a little extra on behalf of our local residents battling these challenging illnesses," says Roxarzade.
Rachel's Kitchen restaurants valley wide are involved in a long list of impactful non-profit efforts, education, and animal organizations in our valley. This is just one way the teams at all seven local Rachel's Kitchen restaurants are able to show their appreciation to our community year 'round.
Fundraiser and 9th Anniversary Celebration
We invite the media to help spread the word to residents about this effort marking Blood Cancer Awareness month, and stop by for our anniversary celebration at 3330 S. Hualapai, at Desert Inn.
- September 1st
- Rachel's Kitchen at 3330 S. Hualapai at Desert Inn - Anniversary
- 7am to 7pm / Live Music from 11am to 2pm by Nick Mattera
- Food Tastings all Day
- Donation to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society/Team Greg (at Every Rachel's Kitchen Location)
Debbie Roxarzade began her culinary career in Los Angeles and opened seven restaurants in the Southland, including trendy spots along Rodeo Drive, before deciding to escape the LA pace and move her family and passion to Las Vegas. Named after Debbie's daughter, the original Rachel's Kitchen opened in 2006 in Summerlin South. The restaurant chain stays true to its roots, featuring meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner, online ordering at www.rachelskitchen.com, and catering. Offerings include breakfast all day, wraps, award winning salads, sandwiches and burgers, and creamy pastas. The restaurant also features a children's menu, healthful juices, and fruit smoothies.
About the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society / Team Greg-Light the Night Walk
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world's largest voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancer. The LLS mission: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. LLS funds lifesaving blood cancer research worldwide and provides support services.
The Light the Night walk fundraiser will see more than 5,000 participants including the family of Las Vegan Greg Rowe, a fitness industry pioneer and father of four. He was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) and agreed to clinical trials to try and help others fighting Leukemia. Despite his efforts Rowe succumbed to AML on March 25, 2014. His family will join others to raise awareness and research funds at the Las Vegas Light the Night walk in November. Call 702-854-6115 / www.LightTheNight.org/SNV and www.LLS.org/SNV
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