The nation's biggest bowling chain, Lucky Strike, will be partnering with BreastCancer.org during the month of October, which is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Lucky Strike has already raised $1 million for breast cancer awareness
and research during their past two events in New York. Also, during this upcoming month, they will be donating 10 percent of their food and beverage sales to the organization if a party of 25 or more is booked through a referral by the organization.
"This is the first national partnership of its kind for both Lucky Strike and BreastCancer.org and a great way to educate a young influential audience about the importance of breast cancer awareness," said Lucky Strike founder and CEO, Steven Foster.
According to the Susan G. Komen organization, it is recommended that once a woman turns 40, she schedules yearly mammograms, and if there is an extensive family history of breast cancer, the woman should make these appointments earlier. This is to ensure that the disease can be caught during its beginning stages.