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Dine for Success to benefit Dress for Success

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - You can Dine for Success to help women Dress for Success.

Dine for Success Louisville is held the second Tuesday of each month. By dining at specified local restaurants on these days the restaurants will donate 10 percent of the days profits to Dress for Success.

Dress for Success helps promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing them with professional attire.

Set dates for these dinners include;

  • January 8 at Bristol Bar and Grille on Bardstown Road
  • February 12 at Saffron
  • March 12 at Varanese
  • May 6 at Village Anchor (set on Monday in honor of the owner's birthday)
  • June 11 at Mayan Cafe

For more information call (502) 584-8050.

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