TIPTOP TAILORS PRESS RELEASE: TIPTOP SUITS UP FOR FIGHT TO END CANCER

April 28, 2017
Filed Under: Press Releases, Top Stories


For Immediate Release
Lance Itkoff, President
416-780-2138
litkoff@graftonfraser.com
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TIPTOP SUITS UP FOR FIGHT TO END CANCER

Tip Top Tailors set to raise $60,000 in the 2017 Fight To End Cancer with their exclusive ‘Wear Your Support’ Campaign.


Beginning this Monday, May 1 to Wednesday, May 31, 2017, Tip Top Tailors will embrace a cause we are so very proud to support for the 4th year in a row – the Fight to End Cancer Charity Gala benefiting the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.

Many of us have been affected by cancer in some way – a friend, a family member, a colleague, or a neighbour, may even be struggling with cancer right now.

Tip Top Tailors has a rich heritage of serving Canadians for more than 100 years, and one of our greatest strengths is our incredible team of progressive, loyal and committed people. Our associates across the country have always rallied tirelessly helping to create a brighter future for our families, our friends and our communities.

As an Event Sponsor, we would like to do as much as we can to support a worthy cause. On Monday, May 1, 2017, stores are going to be able to accept donations towards the Fight to End Cancer and the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation. Help us reach our goal of $60,000. We will also collect donations through our e-commerce site for Tip Top Tailors, George Richards, Mr. Big & Tall.

‘Wear Your Support’ Campaign’
This year we would like to further our commitment with a new initiative, namely ‘Wear Your Support’. With combined efforts, we have created a tie clip to be sold in our stores with all proceeds going to Fight to End Cancer (FTEC). The price of this charitable item is $20.00. We expect to sell out of these Fight to End Cancer tie clips. Join the fight with us at Tip Top Tailors!



As the leading Canadian retailor of men’s apparel, Grafton-Fraser Inc. operates through its retail chains; Tip Top Tailors, George Richards, Mr. Big & Tall, and Kingsport Big and Tall Clothiers

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