Following Baci Lingerie's second semi annual charity dinner, the brand has announced that over $8,000 has been raised for the Eileen Stein Jacoby Fund for breast cancer.
The dinner provided attendees of the International Lingerie Show, Las Vegas, and Baci customers the opportunity to join the brand in supporting breast cancer research through the Eileen Stein Jacoby Fund, a division of the Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
"Our team came together to throw a memorable evening true to the Baci spirit," said Baci Lingerie Director of Sales and Operations, Alicia Sinclair.
"It was great to see so many people celebrating women through words and actions."
Baci made donations to the Eileen Stein Jacoby Fund on behalf of each dinner guest. Each donation was matched by the Koretsky Family Foundation, with Frank Koretsky being introduced as the new owner of Baci Lingerie Worldwide. All guests received Baci swag bags, which included lingerie, Baci laptop bags, pink Baci breast cancer awareness pens, sunglasses and donation cards.
Baci Lingerie owner Frank Koretsky commented: "I was happy to meet new customers, current customers, and international distributors, who all showed up to the event to offer their support of the cause and best wishes. I hope all of our customers and distributors can find ways to help this fantastic fund. Together we can fight the fight on a global scale."
"The Koretsky Family Foundation will once again match all funds donated by Baci Lingerie Worldwide. I am happy to do so and continue to donate to such a great charity," Koretsky continued.
In addition to the charity dinner, the brand unveiled new styles from the Dreams collection (Dreams Volume 2), plus sizes, the Envy Men's Line, and the refreshed White Label, as well as hosting the Baci Lash Bar, at the 2013 ILS, held at the Rio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, April 8-10, 2013.
Sinclair concluded: "The entire show was a great success for Baci Lingerie, from the charity dinner to the official unveiling of Dreams 2."
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