Cincy Chic Hosts 10th Annual Bras with Flair on The Square at Macy's Oct. 7
Local women's publication attracts hundreds for Susan G. Komen through fashion, fun and decorated bras.
By: Cincy Chic
The event has an exciting new home this year: Macy's Fountain Place. "In our previous nine years of this event, we've been on Fountain Square," says Amy Scalia, publisher of Cincy Chic. "Not only does the move to Macy's Fountain Place keep us in close proximity to the Square, but it brings us indoors to alleviate issues with inclement weather. Plus, the partnership with Macy's is invaluable to add a fun shopping component and an amazing store-wide savings as a ticketholder perk!"
Guests will enjoy a 20% store wide Macy's discount, music, swag bags, refreshments, photo booth, fundraising activities and a fashion show that will showcase the latest trends and spotlight local breast cancer survivors.
In addition, attendees will get to view and bid on bedazzled bras decorated by local celebrities and artists. All proceeds from the bra auction, Chinese raffle, and balloon pop fundraising activities will benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
A general admission ticket is $15, a VIP ticket is $25, and a front row VIP ticket is $35. More details are available at http://www.cincychic.com/
Sponsors Include: St. Elizabeth Healthcare, Macy's, Ideal Image Laser Hair Removal, Tobey 1 Originals with Tami Seurkamp, California Closets, Mary Kay with Chrissy Nalley, LuLaRoe with Sherri Cornett, Women Excel, Loft Talent, Glossy Pixels, Wimberg Landscaping Inc.
Founded in 1997 as the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Greater Cincinnati Race for the Cure (RFTC), this Affiliate has grown from a RFTC event with 2,700 participants raising an approximate $170,000 in revenue to a combined Race/Affiliate revenue of over $1.4M in FY2015. In the last 18 years, the Greater Cincinnati Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure has funded over $10.3M in local programs to address screening, education, and treatment of breast cancer.
Cincy Chic Publisher Amy Scalia