SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwired - October 08, 2015) - Rodizio Grill®, The Brazilian Steakhouse™, launched its third annual fundraiser for Image Reborn Foundation's breast cancer renewal retreat program; during the entire month of October, Rodizio Grill will donate 100 percent of Rabanada dessert sales to Image Reborn. Rodizio Grill's signature dessert, the Rabanada, is a guest and staff favorite.

Image Reborn Foundation provides weekend retreats to breast cancer survivors at no cost to participants. These retreats help women reclaim their sense of personal power and empower them to live beyond breast cancer.

In 2014, Rodizio Grill raised $21,730 for the Image Reborn Foundation. "With the support of Rodizio Grill, Image Reborn has empowered more than 3,000 women to date," said Dr. Renato Saltz, Founder and President of the nonprofit organization. "We are grateful for Rodizio Grill's on-going support which has fueled the growth of Image Reborn over the last few years, and made it possible to expand our programs and help even more women."

Taking place in Park City, Utah and helping women from around the globe, the retreats are customized to the needs of those attending, and may include discussion groups, breast cancer education, nutritional information and exercise opportunities, journaling, massage therapy and pampering. The camaraderie of women coming together for this experience is very healing as well.

Also during dinner hours in October, Rodizio Grill is hosting Wild Game Fest, where guests can enjoy Spicy Elk and Bison with Cheddar, Rattlesnake Sausage and Kurobuta (wild hog) in addition to the regular menu, at no additional charge.

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About Rodizio Grill®:

Established in 1995, Rodizio Grill® The Brazilian Steakhouse™ is the first authentic Brazilian steakhouse in the U.S. Its all-inclusive menu offers unlimited Brazilian sides, over 30 gourmet salads, and rotisserie grilled meats and grilled items, carved tableside by Rodizio Gauchos. In October during dinner hours, guests can enjoy a selection of wild game meats in addition to the dinner menu. For more information, visit

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Ashlee Hille
Director of Marketing