Angry Crab Shack, a leading full-service Cajun seafood restaurant specializing in boiled seafood flavored with Cajun Asian signature sauces, has partnered with the Arizona Housing Coalition in July to raise funds for the organization. The local nonprofit aids and provides resources to homeless veterans and their families, which includes clothing, hot meals, haircuts, hygiene items and a variety of other services. Angry Crab Shack has been partners with the Arizona Housing Coalition for four years and has raised more than $87,500 to date with the “You Dine, We Donate” initiative.
Throughout July, the seafood eatery vows to donate funds for each guest that dines in and every pound of seafood ordered for takeout or delivery. Additionally, the company will sell special hats, T-shirts and tank tops, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the nonprofit. Angry Crab Shack’s dining rooms have reopened following federal, state and local health department recommendations in order to ensure a healthy and safe environment for everyone who enters.
WHO: Angry Crab Shack
WHAT: Fourth annual “You Dine, We Donate” promotion raises funds for local homeless veterans and their families for the full month of July. Angry Crab Shack will donate for each dine in guest, every pound of seafood ordered for carryout or delivery, and customized merchandise
WHEN: July 1-31
WHERE: Angry Crab Shack has 10 locations in Arizona with additional restaurants opening this year throughout the state. To find your local store, please visit angrycrabshack.com/locations.
About Angry Crab Shack
Locally owned and operated, Angry Crab Shack was founded in 2013 by Ron Lou with the headquarters in Mesa, Arizona. It is not the traditional crab in a bag boil, but rather a hands-on dining experience. The menu includes custom boils flavored with Cajun Asian signature sauces with Snow and King Crab, shrimp, crawfish, lobster and Dungeness crab. Angry Crab Shack has 10 locations in Arizona with additional restaurants opening this year throughout the state. For more information, please visit angrycrabshack.com.