Celebrating the Men in Our Community

Men at WorkDo clothes make the man, or does the man make the clothes?  This year, we hope to inspire men and women of all backgrounds and ages in our community with Men at Work!

This new special event will recognize those men in the Dayton area who contribute to the success and enrichment of our local community.  These gentlemen will come from a variety of backgrounds, ages, and industries, but they will all share something in common: the drive and ambition needed to make the best of their lives and the lives of those around them.  Our goal is to use their stories to encourage all job seekers to pursue their dreams and to inform everyone in the region that Clothes That Work is here to help people of all ages achieve their employment goals.

Men at Work will launch with a special kickoff party in the Schuster Center Donor Lounge on Thursday, June 4, 2015 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm.  Our participating Role Models will be revealed, and online voting will begin for the Best Dressed Man in Dayton!

Cast Your Vote
Be sure to return to our website regularly for the next three weeks as we share these men’s stories and pictures.  Each week, our participants will be showcased in a different category:  Outfits of Empowerment, Shoes of Empowerment, and Accessories of Empowerment.  You’ll have the opportunity to read their stories and find out why they selected these particular items to tell their tales.  People will be able to vote online for their favorite man in each category at a cost of $5 per vote, which will help create awareness of Clothes That Work and generate the financial resources we need to power our programs and services.  We will bring Men at Work to a close on Tuesday, June 30th with a special celebration where we will reveal the winners of our online voting competitions and crown the Best Dressed Men in Dayton!

Stay connected to us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram to catch all of the fun and excitement as we get closer to launching Men at Work!  If you have any questions about the event or want to learn about ways you can get involved, please contact Bill Perry, Marketing & Communications Manager, at 937.222.3778 x150 or email bill.perry@clothesthatwork.org.


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