Give the suit off your back!
June 27, 2012, is the day when you can see local, attractive men, on the streets around the country, dressed only in boxers, socks, dress shoes and ties. Women looking with their mouths open, asking their husbands standing next to them, "why can't you look like that?"
The streets are crowded with teams of very attractive half-naked models promoting Men's Wearhouse Fifth Annual National Suit Drive to convince men to give the suits off their backs.
National Suit Drive is an annual campaign run by Men's Wearhouse, collecting the largest collection of business clothing for men from people around the country at more than 900 Men's Wearhouse locations nationwide.
The street teams of barely clothed male models will be strutting their stuff when you are rushing to work, to encourage you to make a donation in the form of men's businesswear.
It will all happen Wednesday, June 27, 2012, from 6 a.m. – 11 a.m, in various locations in cities such as Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, D.C., Houston, L.A., Miami, NYC, San Francisco, Seattle.
National Suit Drive is there to flight unemployment and help men get back the power and confidence in the interview room, to help them land the job they need so badly. With 12.7 million Americans unemployed, they need a push and the push can start with giving a suit off your back to those who need it.
Men's Wearhouse will be collecting used men's and women's suits, shirts, jackets, ties, belts, and shoes in their stores nationwide and will then distribute them mot around 200 nonprofit partners around the country. You can make your small donation starting June 27 and until the end of July.