|Published:||Sep 02, 2010 1:16 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Sep 02, 2010 10:17 AM EDT|
FORT MYERS, Fla. - From now until September 30th, the Men's Warehouse is helping job hunters look good for their interviews. A national suit drive is being held at every one of the company's stores.
82% of the job losses during the recession have hit men. Nearly one in ten working age men are without a job. George Zimmer, CEO of Men's Warehouse says, "by collecting and donating professional clothing, Men's Warehouse aims to help men suit up for job interviews and offset the mancession."
Suits, shirts, ties, shoes and belts can be dropped off at any Men's Warehouse store in Southwest Florida. You will not only get a tax receipt but also a coupon for 25% off your next Men's Warehouse purchase.
The donated clothing will stay in our community and be distributed through non-profit groups like the Salvation Army.
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