Kleinfeld Bridal Says "Yes" to the Cure By Raising Money For Breast Cancer Research
As if we needed another reason to love Kleinfeld! The luxury bridal retailer has teamed up with cancer research treatment center Memorial Sloan Kettering to benefit breast cancer research. From September 13th to October 31st at their New York City flagship store, Kleinfeld is donating 5% of every dress sold for $3,000 or more to the cause. That's enough of a reason to say "yes" to the dress!
"Many of our brides, employees, and families have been affected by breast cancer," Kleinfeld co-owner Ronnie Rothstein said. "Kleinfeld is grateful for the opportunity to support Memorial Sloan Kettering's groundbreaking cancer research and treatment options."
To make dress shopping even more fun, the home of TLC's Say Yes to the Dress will give brides-to-be the opportunity to try on pink wedding dresses and accessories from various designers. They're also celebrating the partnership even further by giving each bride a pink silk robe and shoes during the promotional period.
"A marriage is a wonderful time in a family's life-our goal is to help ensure that our patients are able to celebrate these special moments," Dr. Ayca Gucalp, medical oncologist in the Breast Medicine Service at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer, said. "The generosity of Kleinfeld and its customers will have a tremendous impact on our work toward this effort."
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, so sport your pink in style! Book an appointment to shop for wedding dresses at kleinfeldbridal.com or call 646-633-4300.
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