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Men's Wearhouse is expecting donations for National Suit Drive from June 27 – July 31, 2012

thecheers.org    2012-06-12 10:19:27    


For the fifth time Men's Wearhouse is launching the National Suit Drive campaign. Men's Wearhouse knows that a suit can change a life. Promoting their campaign, Broadway's biggest stars helped to support the National Suit Drive during the 66th Annual Tony Awards Backstage Creations Celebrity Retreat. Among the celebrities whose donations will help men in the celebrity's hometown, are Tyler Perry, Amanda Seyfried, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and John Larroquette.

Americans have the opportunity to donate their suit and related clothing and accessories such as sport coats, dress slacks, shirts, ties and shoes from June 27 – July 31. You can do that everywhere around the country at more than 900 Men's Wearhouse and Men's Wearhouse and Tux stores.

Last year they managed to collect more than 102 000 items and this year they are hoping for 110 000. Adding over 50 000 additional brand new shorts and ties themselves, the campaign does make a difference, helping men get the confidence and power they need to make a good first impression and eventually lande a job after the long recession.

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