Hooters Launches Breast Cancer Campaign - KMPH FOX 26 | Central San Joaquin Valley News Source

Hooters Launches Breast Cancer Campaign

© Deanna as a Hooters Girl in Fresno © Deanna as a Hooters Girl in Fresno
© Manager Deanna with one of her Hooters Girls © Manager Deanna with one of her Hooters Girls
© Deanna undergoing chemo treatment for breast cancer © Deanna undergoing chemo treatment for breast cancer
© Deanna Bakersfield's Women's Conference with TV personality Giuliana Rancic (also a cancer survivor) © Deanna Bakersfield's Women's Conference with TV personality Giuliana Rancic (also a cancer survivor)

Select Hooters Restaurants across California and Hawai'i kicked off a breast cancer awareness campaign on Monday.

The campaign is called "Dollars for Deanna" in honor of Deanna Arellano of Bakersfield, a Hooters Girl and Manager, who is currently undergoing breast cancer treatment.

Dollars for Deanna will raise money for Deanna's treatment while raising awareness for breast cancer.

Click here to find out how you can help.

 

 

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