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The Love that Dress! 5 campaign was recognized for not only creating awareness for its fifth anniversary, but for the events leading up to it. Along with an incredible committee and support from the community, a strong public relations strategy was one of the key components to the record breaking fundraising efforts and overall attendance.
CONRIC PR & Marketing | Publishing is also currently working on the committee and campaign for Love That Dress! 6. Thousands of new and gently loved dresses will be collected at various dress collection parties held in the next few months leading up to the big annual Love That Dress! event in August.
Beach to ball gown to bridal, GAP to Gucci are all accepted. Ladies, children’s and plus sizes are all needed. In addition, LTD! accepts new and gently loved handbags, shoes and accessories to continue and expand its services to empower at-risk girls ages to become productive, self-sufficient and happy members of society.
An estimated 800 fashionistas (and a few brave men) are expected to stake their claim on these thousands of new and gently worn dresses and accessories selling for nominal prices at LTD!6 held on August 27, 2014, 5-9pm at The Embassy Suites in Estero.Guests will also enjoy the event’s popular silent auction, camaraderie, and cocktails. Major sponsors will have access to the VIP shopping offering private dressing rooms, clothing hold, express check-out service, complimentary adult beverages, hors d’oeuvres and a private selection of decadent chocolates. In addition, White House Black Market is again the Title Sponsor, offering new dresses, accessories, shoes and handbags at unbelievable bargain prices.
For additional information please contact, Kendra Sutton, LTD! Chair at LoveThatDress6@
All of the proceeds from Love That Dress! 6 will benefit PACE Center for Girls, a non-residential juvenile delinquency prevention and intervention program targeting the unique needs of girls, ages 12 to 18, facing challenges such as physical and sexual abuse, domestic violence, substance abuse, foster care, neglect, death of a parent, family history of incarceration and declining grades.
PACE is a 501c3 organization and works with young women between the ages of 12-18 living in at risk situations. PACE provides guidance and educational opportunities providing them with a path to a successful life.