Bite Nite Returns to Raise Money for ALS

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Join the ALS Association Arizona Chapter on Saturday, June 15, to help raise money and awareness for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). The tenth annual Bite Nite will be its biggest to date, showcasing signature dishes from top chefs across the Valley. Guests experience signature tastes while enjoying cocktails and live entertainment.  In celebration of the event’s 10 year anniversary, guests will also be treated to a surprise performance and the association’s top donors will be recognized.


WHO:             The ALS Association Arizona Chapter, along with many of the Valley’s most popular restaurants. The ALS Association is the only national nonprofit devoted to the fight against Lou Gehrig’s disease on all fronts.

WHAT:           The tenth annual Bite Nite. Upwards of 800 guests will experience live entertainment, refreshments and delicious food. Money raised from this event will benefit patient and family services, community outreach and research. Yearly expenses for those living with ALS average $200,000.


WHEN:           Saturday, June 15

6 – 10 p.m.

WHERE:         Arizona Biltmore

2400 E Missouri Ave.,

Phoenix, AZ 85016


COST:             Table of 10 – $1,500 ($1,000 tax deductible)

Individual tickets – $150 ($100 tax deductible)

Tickets can be purchased on the Bite Nite website at


For more information on Bite Nite and the ALS Association Arizona Chapter, visit their websites at and Like Bite Nite on Facebook at ALS Association Arizona Chapter.

About ALS Arizona Chapter

The ALS Association Arizona Chapter provides services and support to patients suffering from ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. The ALS Association is the only national nonprofit devoted solely to the fight against Lou Gehrig’s disease on all fronts.  These include patient and family services and programs, community outreach, and research.  ALS is 100% fatal with no known cause, cure, or effective treatment. Upon diagnosis, patients have only 2-5 years to live, and expenses for those living with ALS average $200,000 annually.


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