HENRY A. DAVIDSEN: MASTER TAILORS & IMAGE CONSULTANTS HOSTS THIRD ANNUAL SUIT DRIVE FOR A CAUSE
Henry A. Davidsen: Master Tailors & Image Consultants, Philadelphia’s leader in custom tailored clothing, is challenging Philadelphians to donate 5,000 suit items by May 7th in support of its third annual Suit Drive to benefit Career Wardrobe. Several Philadelphia-area businesses, including Zarwin Buam Devito Kaplan Schaer Toddy P.C. and American Executive Centers, are coming together to support the Suit Drive as collection centers.
Just in time for spring cleaning – President and Founder of Henry A. Davidsen, Brian Lipstein is raising the bar from last year’s goal of 1,000 suit items and challenging Philadelphians to donate gently-used suits, ties, jackets, shirts, pants, belts, and shoes in support of local unemployed men.
All professional attire collected during the month-long initiative will go directly to Career Wardrobe, a Philadelphia-based nonprofit providing a professional wardrobe to unemployed, low-income men – from laid-off workers to recovering substance abusers to veterans.
“We are excited to more than double last year’s goal!” said Lipstein. “Career Wardrobe outfits these men from head to toe so they can walk in to a job interview not only looking the part but feeling confident, which is in line with what we do here at Henry A. Davidsen.”
Clothing will be collected at the Henry A. Davidsen’s Rittenhouse showroom at 1701 Spruce St. 2nd floor, as well as the following participating businesses:
On Monday,May 7th, the final day of the Suit Drive, Philadelphians are invited to attend Suits & Sazeracs, a spirited cocktail competition presented by Henry A. Davidsen, Bluebird Distillingand Square 1682 at the Hotel Palomar from 6 to 9 p.m. Attendees are encouraged to dress to impress, while sampling Sazeracs crafted by talented Philadelphia bartenders with local Bluebird Distilling spirits and passed appetizers by Executive Chef Bobby Surdam of Square 1682. To celebrate funds raised for the nonprofit, Henry A. Davidsen will present a check to Career Wardrobe. Ticket proceeds and additional funds will also be donated to Career Wardrobe. Tickets are available here for $55.
To help spread the word about the Suit Drive, Henry A. Davidsen is encouraging people to share the #HDSuitDrive hashtag on their social media when they donate. Henry A. Davidsen is located at 1701 Spruce Street, for more information please visit www.henrydavidsen.com
“The Suit Drive gives men looking to re-enter the workforce a chance at a new beginning,” saidLipstein. “Through this campaign, we have an opportunity to truly make a difference in people’s lives and communities.”