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Hello all of my sorority sisters. I am a Mombassador for National Mom's Night Out on March 22, and if any of you live near a Bahama Breeze restaurant, I invite you to celebrate us!


Whether you’re a working mom or stay-at-home mom, the number-one challenge for all moms is finding time for yourself. That’s why Rachel Hamman, nationally known mom expert and author of Bye-Bye Boardroom, is partnering with Bahama Breeze restaurants to declare March 22, 2007 “National Mom’s Night Out.”


National Mom’s Night Out’ encourages moms to leave behind the stresses of everyday life and motherhood for at least one night and experience the feeling of a Caribbean escape at a Bahama Breeze restaurant. If you don’t have a Bahama Breeze in your city, we encourage you to still take the night off and go to your favorite local restaurant with friends.


In addition to a much needed night out separate from the family, moms who go to Bahama Breeze will also receive a CD of Caribbean-inspired music and a chance to win a dream Caribbean escape: a trip for five to the famed Atlantis resort on Paradise Island in The Bahamas, courtesy of Atlantis Resorts and The Islands of The Bahamas. Bahama Breeze also will donate 100 percent of the evening’s profits in each restaurant on March 22 to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. The money donated will go to Clubs in each of the local Bahama Breeze markets.


“One of the most important things a mother can do for herself is take a break now and then,” said Hamman, whose book, Bye-Bye Boardroom, helps women who make the transition from the business world to being stay-at-home moms. “‘National Mom’s Night Out,’ which should become a weekly tradition, is designed to give overworked and under appreciated moms a much needed adult ‘time-out.’”



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