Give blood, get beer: Pacific’s brewery, Cascade Regional to hold drive

Trade Route Brewing Co. & Tap Room will be hosting a Pint-for-Pint Blood Drive from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. April 23.

  • Thursday, April 1, 2010 2:24pm
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Trade Route Brewing Co. & Tap Room will be hosting a Pint-for-Pint Blood Drive from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. April 23.

The brewery is located at 1091 Valentine Ave. SE, Pacific

Registered donors 21 and over will receive a pre-paid coupon good for a pint of beer.

Cascade Regional Blood Services holds Pint-for-Pint drives throughout the year at community restaurants and pubs in South King and Pierce counties.

“Having blood drives at local restaurants and pubs is a great way for us to partner with businesses in our local community,” said Dan Schmitt, director of donor resources at Cascade Regional Blood Services.

This is the second year CRBS has partnered with community restaurants and pubs in the two counties for Pint-for-Pint blood drives. The program started at The Swiss in Tacoma in September 2008.

To sign up for this blood drive or for more information, please call CRBS at 1-877-24-BLOOD.

CRBS has been serving South King and Pierce counties for more than 60 years. CRBS is the sole provider of blood and blood products to MultiCare Health System and Franciscan Health System.

For more information about CRBS or blood drives in this area, contact Eileen Spallino, Donor Resource Consultant, at 253-312-8644 or visit www.crbs.net.

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