Trolley Night to Offer Giving Opportunity




A pre-party is scheduled during Friday's Trolley Night to spread the word about a new Dress for Success location in Memphis. From 6-9 p.m., guests can enjoy a "Glamorous Night of Philanthropy" at 300 S. Main. The event is being hosted by Andrea Fenise of Young Executives for Success, or Y.E.S. The actual launch party will be held Aug. 26 at the Cordova Wine Cellar. Dress for Success is an international nonprofit organization that helps women find jobs and acquire professional clothing. For more information on these events, visit http://SayYes2011.eventbrite.com.

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