Searsucker Las Vegas has paired up with OM Spirits and Keep Memory Alive for a Seriously Fun Fundraiser.
Need an excuse to have a cocktail?
Well, now you have one!
We’ve paired up with Keep Memory Alive and OM Liqueur for a Seriously Fun Cocktail Fundraiser. During the month of November, if you purchase our special edition Blueberry Palmer, one dollar per drink will go towards helping those diagnosed with neurocognitive disorders and their families.
The cocktail itself is made from OM Meyer Lemon and Ginger Liqueur, Grey Goose, Lemon Juice, Blueberry Honey Syrup, and Tea, and is purple to support the color of brain health.
Las Vegas natives will recognize Keep Memory Alive because of their ownership of the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, AKA the coolest building in Downtown Las Vegas. Keep Memory Alive is an organization that provides aid to those diagnosed with neurocognitive disorders and their families. Their mission is to raise awareness and funds to support the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, and fight diseases like Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s, Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, and more. Since opening in 2009, the center has had over 55,000 patient visits and sees about 225 new patients each month.
OM Liqueurs is the product of two creative minds, Natalie Bovis from The Liquid Muse, and Jason Monkarsh, an independent entrepreneur and business consultant. Standing for “Organic Mixology,” OM’s certified organic sugarcane base is distilled with natural ingredients and sweetened with organic agave nectar. Each bottle is a mix of two flavors, with signature mixes including Coconut and Lychee, Dark Chocolate and Sea Salt, Meyer Lemon and Ginger, and Cranberry and Blood Orange, making for some seriously unique cocktail ideas. In addition to tasting delicious and using all natural ingredients, OM also plants one tree for every bottle sold, and thus have planted over 10,000 trees since their start.
What are you waiting for? Every Blueberry Palmer you order gets us one step closer to finding a cure for neurodegenerative disease!
Read more about Keep Memory Alive at www.keepmemoryalive.org, and read more about OM Spirits at www.omspirits.com