The At Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Western Washington & Alaska, we support seriously ill children and their families. At our Seattle & Anchorage Houses, we provide a home away from home to support families while their children receive the critical medical care they need. To learn more about the Houses, visit www.rmhcseattle.org.
If you live in or around Seattle, then chances are high you've heard of Georgetown's Bob's Brown Ale. Named after Charles “Bob” Hirsch, the beer is an homage to Charle's life spent fighting cancer. But Bob's Brown Ale isn't just an homage, it's an opportunity for each imbiber to support a worthy charity, The Ronald McDonald House. This year however, you will have another opportunity to support the RMC, with the "Men in Kilts" fundraiser.
Sponsored by Pike Brewing Company, The Taran Thistle, Stanton J. Stephens, and SACaudill Web Development, Men In Kilts asks you to vote with your checkbook, by donating $10 to 1 one of 16 different businesses, including your local Pike Brewing Company.
Everyone who votes for Pike Brewing Company will be entered to win the ultimate Pike Kilt Lifter package, which includes a Kilt Lifter t-shirt, European style growler, 4 Kilt Lifter pint glasses, Kilt Lifter tacker signed by all the brewers and $50 to The Pike Pub. Must be 21+ to win.
By now you're probably asking, what do I need to do? To answer that question we suggest reading the following.
PICK YOUR FAVORITE AND CAST YOUR VOTE AS MANY TIMES AS YOU LIKE. VOTING IS OPEN FROM APRIL 12 – APRIL 28, AND UPON THE CONCLUSION THE 2017 “KING OF THE KILT” WILL BE CROWNED.
As of this post, Pike brewers Kyle Jungck and John Hall are in 9th place, trailing the current leaders Bungie. To cast your vote visit http://meninkilts.rmhcseattle.org/index.php. Stop reading this and vote to support Pike (or another deserving business), while supporting the Ronald McDonald House.