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(Moncton, NB) – Friday, January 30, 2015 – Imagine if everyone one the planet was "inspired to Relish their life through their dreams, passions and aspirations."

This is exactly what inspires reLiSH Gourmet Burgers to make a difference in people and their journey on Earth. Their mission to reLiSH life is what has inspired reLiSH Gourmet Burgers all across Atlantic Canada to team up with the Atlantic Cancer Research Institute in the fight against cancer with the creation of The Terminator burger. Last year, for its first edition, relish created the Terminator which is made-up of reLiSH's signature burger The Simpleton™ topped off with salsa, avocado, pepper jack cheese and crispy bacon. This burger had a warm welcome and was such a success that people wanted more and kept requesting it after the event was over. It took one year for the return of the Terminator which will be featured at your local reLISH burger restaurant in light of World Cancer Day. A portion of the sales from each Terminator burger sold on February 3rd and 4th will be donated to the Atlantic Cancer Research Institute.

"reLiSH Gourmet burgers and our franchisee operators are really excited about the Terminator program this year," says Rivers Corbett, co-founder of reLiSH Gourmet Burgers. "ACRI is a key community partner and we relish this opportunity to help out. This mouth-watering burger is sure to leave you completely satisfied, not only because it tastes so good, but also because by purchasing one, you know you'll be supporting a great cause – terminating cancer."

"We at ACRI are extremely grateful to be able to partner with community leaders like reLiSH Gourmet Burgers in such initiatives," says Sophie Thériault, Director of Business Development and Communications at ACRI. "More than one out of three people in Atlantic Canada will be affected by this terrible disease and raising money to fight to terminate cancer with innovative and motivated partners helps us make a difference. We are thankful to reLiSH Gourmet Burgers for supporting, for the second year in a row, the Atlantic Cancer Research Institute with this pan-Atlantic initiative and invite you to go and try The Terminator. They really are delicious!"

Those who can't let go of their favorite reLiSH burger will be able to make a donation in the amount of their choice, write their name on an "Atlantic Cancer Research Institute" Logo and the staff at reLiSH gourmet burgers will proudly put it up for everyone to see the supporters who encourage cancer research conducted right here in Atlantic Canada!

Visit any of the four reLish locations in Fredericton, Halifax and St. Johns and help us in the fight to terminate cancer.

About Atlantic Cancer Research Institute
The Atlantic Cancer Research Institute (ACRI) is a private, not for profit research organization created in 1998. Located at the Dr.- George-L. Dumont University Hospital in Moncton, NB, it employs a multidisciplinary research team of over 50 people. Unique to the region and operating a modern biomedical research laboratory, this entrepreneurial team is striving to innovate by accelerating its understanding of cancer, thus paving the way to better diagnosis, more accurate patient stratification and drug discovery.

For more information, please visit or on Facebook, Atlantic Cancer Research.


For further information:
riVeRS Corbett
reLiSH Gourmet Burgers
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 (ACRI) is a non-profit organization founded in late 1998 and housed at the Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre in Moncton. Thanks to its unique expertise, ACRI has become a true centre of excellence in cancer research.


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