Alamo Quarry Shows Its True Pink by Honoring WINGS and Breast Cancer Awareness Month
In honor of WINGS & Breast Cancer Awareness month Alamo Quarry shows tribute in pink on smokestacks.
WHAT: What looks good in pink? The Alamo Quarry Market smokestacks, of course. The Alamo Quarry Market smokestacks will be lit pink in honor of WINGS (a San Antonio-based nonprofit organization that provides comprehensive breast cancer treatment services to uninsured women in Central and South Texas) and the observance of Breast Cancer Awareness during its Third Annual No Show Gala campaign.
WHEN: Friday, September 28th through Tuesday, October 9, 2018
WHERE: Alamo Quarry Market
255 E. Basse Road, 78209
About Alamo Quarry Market: Alamo Quarry Market is a 580,000 square-foot; open-air complex boasting some of the finest shopping, dining, and entertainment the city has to offer. Celebrating its 20thAnniversary since opening in 1998, Alamo Quarry Market features more than 75 distinguished stores and restaurants including Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, Lucchese Boot Co., and Sephora which will open in mid-October. The center also features a fabulous collection of fine and casual dining including P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar,
- Alexander’s, Canyon Café, and Piatti Ristorante, as well as Regal 16-plex Cinemas. The spacious, open-air shopping center offers ample curb-side parking for its shoppers and is located minutes from either the airport or downtown, just off of H-281 at East Basse Road. For more information, visitQuarryMarket.com.
About WINGS: Founded in 1999 by a breast cancer patient and her surgeon, WINGS (Women Involved in Nurturing, Giving, Sharing) is a 501(c)(3) organization based in San Antonio, Texas. The mission of WINGS is to provide comprehensive breast cancer treatment services to uninsured women in Central and South Texas. These services include physician visits, surgical procedures, chemotherapy and radiation. It also provides follow-up care for uninsured breast cancer survivors for five years after remission and pays COBRA premiums for women who are in breast cancer treatment and are in danger of losing their insurance. The organization also offers support groups, resource referrals and survivor events and activities for uninsured breast cancer patients and survivors. For more information, visit www.texaswings.org.