Full Moon Bar-B-Que goes pink, hosts fundraising campaign

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Opelika Observer

Full Moon Bar-B-Que is supporting the fight against breast cancer by launching its “Half Moon Cookies for a Cause” campaign benefiting the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of
Alabama (BCRFA). The iconic half moon cookie tins have gone pink and $1 from every pink tin of cookies purchased beginning Sept. 10 will be donated back to the organization. All money raised through the fundraiser will then be matched by Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
“We’re thankful for Full Moon BBQ’s commitment to engaging the community in funding breast cancer research in Alabama, which will save lives,” said Beth Bradner Davis, Executive Director of the BCRFA.
“Half Moon Cookies are a local favorite, and we’re excited that these sweet treats will be supporting innovative research to eradicate breast cancer.”
Considered one of the essential “100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama,” Full Moon’s Half Moon Cookies are made from scratch daily with fresh ingredients including southern pecans and decadent chocolate chips. Crisp from the oven, each cookie is hand-dipped in rich, melted milk chocolate, Half Moon Cookie Tins come with 20 cookies and can be purchased at any Full Moon Bar-B-Que location or online at FullMoonBBQ.com to schedule a pick up in store for $22.99 with $1 of every tin going back to the BCRFA.
“Full Moon is a proud supporter of BRCFA and excited for this partnership to continue to give back to such a worthy cause,” said David Maluff, Full Moon BBQ Owner. “Place your order for your pink cookie tins now as we are confident these will go quick.”
If you would be interested in interviewing a representative from Full Moon Bar-B-Que or the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama about the “Half Moon Cookies for a Cause” campaign please contact Samantha Jarman at 225-936-4628. For more information on BCRFA please visit www.bcrfa.org. For additional information about Full Moon Bar-B-Que, visit www.fullmoonbbq.com.
About Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama is an independent 501C3 nonprofit organization supporting innovative research to help diagnose, treat, prevent and eradicate the disease. Since its inception in 1996, the BCRFA has contributed more than $7.7 million to fund research at the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center and their collaborative partners. All funds raised stay here in the state of Alabama, but the research has a global, life-saving impact.
About Full Moon Bar-B-Que
Full Moon BBQ has been in operation since 1986. The Maluff brothers, David and Joe, have grown the business while continuing a family-owned tradition that caters to folks who know great barbecue from the rest.
The wood smoke from every Full Moon restaurant’s fire pit shows the Birmingham-born brothers’ commitment to top-notch bar-b-que. At the same time, they satisfy a variety of tastes with fresh salads, hand-breaded chicken tenders, farm-raised catfish, Buffalo-style wings and overstuffed baked potatoes.
From the famous Full Moon chow-chow to the baked-fresh-daily Half Moon cookies, Full Moon BBQ makes sure to use the freshest ingredients in their homemade selections. Most importantly, it’s all served with a healthy helping of true Southern hospitality. Patrons can dine in, get it to go or take advantage of Full Moon’s catering and portable BBQ pits. Full Moon BBQ is the “Best Little Pork House in Alabama.”
For more information, visit www.fullmoonbbq.com.

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