Moores launches annual Canadian Suit Drive
Canadian menswear retailer Moores Clothing for Men announced on Tuesday a star-studded campaign for its eighth annual Canadian Suit Drive.
Throughout the month of July, the all-star team including national television personality Rick Campanelli, Suits star, Patrick J. Adams, and head coach of the Toronto Raptors, Dwane Casey, to name a few, will encourage customers to donate a suit to Moores stores nationwide by July 31st.
The initiative is an effort to give unemployed individuals a chance to look their best as they transition back into the workforce.
"I know firsthand the power of a suit and how it can boost confidence and make a great first impression," said Campanelli, in a news statement. "The Moores Canadian Suit Drive is an easy way for people to do something great. By simply cleaning out their closets, Canadians can make a difference in someone's life and have a very positive effect on helping them to become gainfully employed."
During last year's campaign where Moores partnered with Nick Cannon, the retailer collected over 77,000 articles of gently used men's and women's professional attire at 126 Moores stores across Canada - a record-breaking number of items for the company.
The donations will be distributed nationally to nearly 75 local recipient organizations.
Moores Clothing for Men is a national retailer of men's business attire in Canada. It was launched in 1980 and is a subsidiary of Tailored Brands, Inc.
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