RED BANK, NJ: Kickoff started at 12 noon at the Red Rock Tap + Grill, and we’re not talking football.
But they were indeed enthusiastic fans, and came by the hundreds, wearing the favorite team color of the day; pink!
The Boob Ice Luge was a big hit with liquor poured down an ice sculpture of large breasts. Showing once again, men, with the right incentive, will fully support this great benefit to conquer cancer.
Everybody had a smile on their face for the 11th Annual Boozin’ for Boobs SKF Foundation event. SKF is a New Jersey non-profit organization that raises funds to help in the fight to cure breast cancer.
“We started the event in honor of my mother who is a three-time survivor. It’s a bar crawl that goes throughout Red Bank and we raise money for breast cancer and all the funds get donated to local charities,” said Jill Kinslow, founder of Boozin’ for Boobs.
T-shirts and mugs were available and people wore them proudly.
Participating bars in the pub crawl were: Red Rock Tap & Grill, The Globe, Catch 19, Robinson Ale House, Dublin House, Jamian's, Walt St. Pub, Urban Coalhouse and the Elks Lodge.
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