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Business Women support ‘Dress For Success’

November 14 th 2007 PRESS RELEASE For immediate release

Creative Wellington Business Women support ‘Dress For Success’ in Charity Fundraiser

Four local creative women have banded together to stage a fundraiser in support of the charity organisation Dress for Success.

Entertainment and refreshments will be provided in an evening when, Gitte Eklund Short (Art), Jo Luping (Jewellery) and Nada Matthews/Jo Learmonth (deNada Fashion) will put up feature pieces for raffle.

Gitte’s new art exhibition will be unveiled and Jo will be presenting her 2007 series of jewellery; all pieces/works will be for sale. deNada will put up the major donation to Dress for Success Wellington in the form of new designer clothing matched dollar-for-dollar with sales on the night. The charity will benefit from up to $5000 in new clothing.

The event being held at deNada on 29 November brings together art, creativity, business and social entrepreneurship.

These values are echoed in the businesses of all three local designers. Using their positions in different branches of the lifestyles industry they have put together a night that will enable support and encouragement to other

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