Black Tie. Blue Jackets. Raises Over $10,000
Players who appeared included Adam Foote, David Vyborny, Rostislav Klesla, Gilbert Brule, Manny Malhotra, Ron Hainsey and Aaron Johnson. Guests saw the players walk the runway clad in styles by featured designers such as Abboud, Armani, Theory and Hugo Boss. In addition, Blue Jackets broadcasters
“It was a lot of fun having the kids come out with us, they seemed like they had a great time,” Hainsey said. “A lot of money was raised for a great cause and I was just happy to be invited to do it.”
For a $50 donation to the Blue Jackets Foundation, guests received admission to the style show, hors d’oeuvres and cocktails, a chance to meet the models after the show and an opportunity to bid on exclusive silent auction items. Guests also received a $50 Saks gift card to be used on purchases that evening.
The Blue Jackets Foundation was founded in March 2000 and has since donated over $1 million dollars to local non-profit organizations dedicated to one or more of its main pillars of giving: pediatric cancer, education, children’s health and safety and the development of youth and amateur hockey.
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