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Men's Wearhouse 2011 National Suit Drive Moves To August

Men's Wearhouse 2011 National Suit Drive Moves To August

It's time once again to clean out your closet and donate your gently-used professional clothing to help men and women enter the workforce.

This is the fourth year for the National Suit Drive, a program created to help low income men and women from all backgrounds strive for self-sufficiency.

Many of these men and women are supporting their families and want to make positive changes for themselves and their communities.

National Suit Drive donations help them dress appropriately and make a good impression in job interviews, the first step toward a new life.

Help someone find their strong suit!

With your help, Men's Warehouse can achieve their goal—that no man or woman be deprived of the opportunity to work simply because they do not have the appropriate attire to make that important first impression on a job interview.

The National Suit Drive is held during the month of August 2011. During the event, all Men's Wearhouse and Men's Wearhouse & Tux stores function as drop off locations for your gently used professional clothing (see clothing requirements list below).

Clothing donations collected in our stores are then directed to local nonprofit organizations. If you have clothing that you would like to donate, but cannot wait until the 2011 event, see a complete list of 2011 NSD Nonprofit Partners to find the closest organization and arrange an appointment to drop off your clothing directly at their facility.

Clothing Requirements:

Gently used - Clean and on hangers, please:

Men's professional clothing items

Women's professional clothing items


Sport Coats


Dress Shirts

Dress Shoes



Ties and other accessories


Have any comments, questions or suggestions about the Suit Drive? Send an email to

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