Project 150 to Host “FREE” Teen Shopping Day at East Las Vegas Community Center
All High School Students are invited shop for FREE with school I.D. at the East Las Vegas Community Center for formal and casual wear, shoes, and accessories
By: Project 150
Project 150 will host a boutique style shopping day for Las Vegas High School Students at the East Las Vegas Community Center. High school students are invited to shop for fashionable new and gently used clothing, shoes, accessories, school supplies and much more! Students can shop for FREE when they present their student ID.
Event sponsors include: City of Las Vegas Councilman Bob Coffin, Zappos.com, LV Prom Closet, The Home Depot, #3308, DJ Certified, Renta-Dress & Tux, and MC Cleaners
Meli Pulido, Project 150 is thrilled to present one of the largest FREE Teen Shopping Days yet. Volunteer Personal Shopper Assistants are ready to assist high school students shop in a boutique & fun setting. Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors and community donors, we have hundreds of new and gently used gowns, tuxedos, casual wear, swim apparel, shoes, accessories, and so much more.
Saturday, April 12th, 2014 10am-2pm
WHERE: East Las Vegas Community Center, 250 N. Eastern Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89101
INTERVIEWS: Don Purdue, Project 150 President/Co-
Media Contact: Meli Pulido, Executive Director, Project 150, 702-326-2079, firstname.lastname@example.org
About Project 150:
Project 150 is a non-profit charitable organization founded in December 2011 by two Nevada Natives, Don Purdue and Patrick Spargur, both graduates of Clark HS, who heard of 150 homeless students at Rancho High School. Since then, Project 150 provides food, clothing, school supplies, sports equipment, shoes, and other special requests to over 1,500 homeless, displaced, and disadvantaged high school students. Project 150’s goal is to collaborate with schools and community organizations to maximize resources and allow students to focus in achieving graduation. Project 150 currently serves over 1,500 homeless, displaced, and disadvantaged students at 34 high schools in Southern Nevada and one in Reno