Uva Wine Bar Hosts Second Annual “Clink For Pink” Campaign In October
100% of Proceeds from ALL Rosé Wines to be Donated to the Breast Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital – Plymouth
PLYMOUTH, MA (September 25, 2020) – With everybody focusing on COVID-19 in 2020, it is easy to forget all the other critical medical causes that need support. The year of 2020 has thrown us a curveball, but October is still Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Uva Wine Bar is honoring the month with its second annual “Clink for Pink” campaign. This year, 100% of proceeds from all the Rosé wines will be donated to the Breast Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth (BID Plymouth) throughout the month of October.
“Our hospital workers have put in tireless hours, and continue to do so, during this pandemic. This month gives us the opportunity to recognize and support the team at the Breast Center who provide vital resources for Plymouth area patients who are affected by a different, but just as important, health crisis,” said Michelle Manware, Uva Wine Bar co-owner and physician assistant at BID Plymouth Ob/Gyn & Midwifery. “We are so thankful to our loyal customers who have made it possible for us to continue to help raise funds through this campaign that is near and dear to our hearts.”
Last year, Uva donated 50% of proceeds from four wines, resulting in a $2,500 donation. This year, Uva will donate 100% of proceeds from the sales of all the Rosé wines at Uva, due to the generosity of their distributors (MS Walker, Martignetti Carolina Division, Horizon Beverage and Ruby Wines) who have donated the wines for this worthy cause.
“We appreciate Katy and Michelle’s continued partnership with BID Plymouth, and are grateful that Uva will continue its ‘Clink for Pink’ campaign during this challenging year,” said Karen Wood, Vice President of Philanthropy at BID Plymouth.
Uva Wine Bar, located at 46 Main St. in Plymouth, Mass. offers 48 different wines from around the world through self-serve WineStations. Customers can get a 1.5 oz. taste, a 3 oz. half glass, or a full 6 oz. pour of any of the wines. The wine bar was founded in 2019 by Katy Gaenicke and Michelle Manware, who share a passion for wine, and decided to open Uva after discovering this self-serve technology while on vacation. Uva’s operating hours are 12 to 8 p.m. Sunday, 4:00 to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 4:00 to 11 p.m. Friday, and 12 to 11 p.m. Saturday. For more information visit www.uvawineplymouth.com
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Uva Wine Bar co-owner