Anecdotal evidence shows that vodka is a cure for many of life’s maladies, particularly long days at the office and horrific dates. This Saturday, however, Tito’s Handmade Vodka will be taking a stand to help cure breast cancer.
As one of the beverage sponsors for Seattle’s very first Standup for the Cure event, Tito’s Handmade Vodka will sell beverages in the beer / social garden and proceeds will support Susan G. Komen of Puget Sound. Here are a few fun facts about this company that’s helping to cure everything from your fear of dancing to serious disease.
Tito’s knows how to serve up some serious cosmos
This past Monday, Tito’s Handmade Vodka put on an event at Henry’s Tavern featuring cosmopolitans and $1 of each sale went to support Susan G. Komen of Puget Sound. Drinking a cosmopolitan never felt so good!
It’s definitely vodka for pet people
Pet people will definitely enjoy Tito’s Handmade Vodka, and one of the charities they support through their online store is Emancipet. This organization operates non-profit animal clinics in underserved areas to make spay / neuter services and other care available to animals and families in need. So if you like dogs, cats and other furry or feathered friends, drink up.
And is also vodka for people-people
This Austin-based distillery doesn’t only help out animals – Tito’s Handmade Vodka has worked with over 6,000 nonprofits on a local scale and across the country. They donate 100% of the proceeds from their online store to several nonprofits including Emancipet, The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, the American Red Cross, Operation Homefront and CORE. From disaster relief to environmental causes, veteran services to art initiatives, Tito’s is committed to spreading love and making a positive impact.
You should totally try some on Saturday
If standup paddle boarding, raffles, music and free swag don’t appeal, come to Standup for the Cure on Saturday for the drinks! Tito’s Handmade Vodka will be serving in the beer / social garden, and proceeds will benefit Susan G. Komen of Puget Sound. So even if you’re not into like, paddling or moving around for the cure you can still support the cause by buying a beverage. Or two.