April 25, 2013
For Immediate Release: FLOW Formal Names New Charity Partner for Yellow Bow Tie Campaign
In ongoing effort to support members of the military in need FLOW Formal announced the latest addition to their growing Yellow Bow Tie campaign. Heroes in Transition in Mashpee, Massachusetts will benefit from the sale of selected items sold to the formal wear business for the 2014 season.
FLOW formal is a leading supplier and marketer of better branded clothing and accessories with licensed brands including Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein and Joseph Abboud. FLOW’s commitment to America, its people and those who defend them are gaining recognition for their efforts.
“It’s just another way of giving back to the men and women who give so much of themselves freely so that our country remains safe,” says Brian Weintraub of FLOW.
Michael Warshaw, president of the charity, devotes his time and efforts to raise funds and provide assistance that is not readily available from other organizations including local, state, and federal agencies.
Currently the organization is promoting a New York City benefit for Captain Eric A. Jones, killed in action in Afghanistan in November, 2009.
“Eric’s parents and I vowed to continue Eric’s mission. We decided to start an organization in an effort to support our troops in the United States and abroad. In 2010, Heroes in Transition was formed. HIT’s mission is to give assistance to military veterans, especially to those who have served the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts. HIT steps in when other organizations, including local, state and federal agencies are not readily available to do so,” writes Warshaw.
For more information about the Yellow Bow Tie Campaign or to support the cause contact:
Brian Weintraub at 1-800-366-4300