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Women Wear Pants Too Inc. Four State Back To School Giveaway
Published on Mon, Jul 29, 2013 (9:51 a.m.)For Immediate Release:
Las Vegas Nevada 7/29/2013 – Shaunesi DeBerry-Melvin, Founder of Women Wear Pants Too Inc. ™ has expanded a one city vision to over four states this year.
Women Wear Pants Too Inc. ™ will host its 1st Annual Back 2 School Giveaway in the Las Vegas Nevada area this year. For over 3 years Shaunesi and Women Wear Pants Too Inc.™ have held Back 2 School giveaways giving to over 1000 kids in North Carolina to date. This year is expansion time.
As a single mother myself, I’ve realized the REAL meaning of it taking a village to raise children, what better way to do it than help send children back to school with some of the supplies they need and also ease the mother/parents pain a little. – Shaunesi, CEO/Founder of Women Wear Pants Too Inc. ™
The Las Vegas Giveaway is set to take place August 17, 2013 11 am- 2pm at McDonald’s 3010 N Las Vegas Blvd North Las Vegas, NV 89030
*Back 2 School Supplies are available to the children while they last*
Shaunesi™ and Women Wear Pants Too Inc. ™ will also host Back 2 School giveaways in: Georgia, North Carolina, and Rhode Island for the 2013-14 school year.
For more information or to donate/sponsor visit www.womenwearpantstoo.org or Contact Tamikah McCluney or Andrea Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org
For over 3 years, Women Wear Pants Too Inc. ™, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization, has upheld a mission of promoting Women’s Enrichment within the community. In order to succeed at this, we connect directly with women from all walks of adversity including but not limited to: Single Mother’s and Survivors of Domestic Violence, placing focus on our efforts to help them embrace life despite their previous setbacks. We continuously strive to empower and motivate with the use of numerous approaches that allow us to build lasting relationships and positively impact both women and children around the world.
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