New York, NY, October 06, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- This month, in partnership with Breastcancer.org, men’s custom clothier Clifton Charles has developed a dedicated e-commerce site (cliftoncharles.com/breastcancer) designed to help men express their support for those affected by a breast cancer diagnosis. The newly launched site, on which men can purchase luxurious dress shirts and pink Clifton Charles gift cards, will serve two purposes: to raise money for Breastcancer.org and provide a stylish way for men to show their individual commitment to the cause. A percentage of all sales will go to Breastcancer.org.
Clifton Charles will host a series of events to raise funds for breast cancer awareness, starting with SARTORIAL: A Gentleman’s Evening of Suits and Spirits on October 9, 2012. More information on the event can be found at cliftoncharles.com/events.
“Breast cancer is a disease that men do not always feel comfortable rallying around,” says Clifton C. Berry, co-founder of Clifton Charles. “It’s not that we don’t care, it’s just that it is difficult to find a way to show our support in a big way without feeling awkward. We have developed a way for men, even the ‘strong and silent’ types, to show their support for the cause in their own personal style.”
Clifton Charles’ message to men this October 2012:
“Don’t just write a check or wear a pin. Show that you care by creating your own custom-made dress shirt, in your own style, and wear it with pride.”
About Clifton Charles
Clifton Charles is a custom suit and shirt company with a passion for outfitting gentlemen in perfectly tailored apparel. The men’s clothier provides services that leverage the best in technology, premium fabrics, trusted advice and unparalleled customer service while instilling confidence in and encouraging individuality of its clients.
The company is passionate about the breast cancer awareness movement and has a deep respect for their new partner, Breastcancer.org.
Breastcancer.org is the #1 online resource for breast health and breast cancer information and support, with more than 6,000 pages of expert-reviewed information and a robust, dynamic peer support community. A nonprofit organization, Breastcancer.org receives more than 12 million visits each year.