Steak 48 Launches National “Round Up The Check” Campaign For Heart Health

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Steak 48 is launching a month-long national round up the check campaign to benefit the American Heart Association for the month of February.

Officials say Steak 48’s newest SouthPark dining location in Charlotte, North Carolina, Dominick’s Steakhouse, Steak 44, Ocean 44, and all of Steak 48’s locations will encourage guests to round up their checks to raise funds for the American Heart Association.

“Charities, including the American Heart Association, have been hit hard. No one understands this better than the restaurant industry. That is why we want to do our part to help support the American Heart Association that is continuing to fight heart disease, educate the public and save lives,” said Jeff Mastro, co-owner and co-founder of Prime Steak Concepts. “We are hoping that everyone visiting our restaurants this February, both locally and nationwide, can do what they can and round up their checks, whether it’s just a few dollars or bigger donations.”

Officials say the month-long check roundup will run from February 1st through February 28th, and 100 percent of the proceeds will go to the American Heart Association for American Heart Month.

Guests can also donate any amount of money by bringing a check made out directly to the American Heart Association to one of the restaurants locations and restaurant officials will deliver it, according to a news release.

Officials say this campaign launches right after a Date Nights for a Year package donated by Steak 48 sold for $5,000 at a live auction at the Greater Charlotte’s Heart Ball.

Steak 48 officials say they have made supporting the local community a mission, and ahead of opening their SouthPark location, the restaurant held five private dine-in preview nights raising almost $49,000 for five local charities.

Steak 48 in Charlotte is open everyday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. and guests can make a reservation by clicking here or calling the restaurant at 980-580-4848.