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Tiedtogether Pink Tie Breakfast - Melbourne

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 28 Oct, 2014 - 28 Oct, 2014
 Tue 7:30am - Tue 9:00am
 87 Flinders Lane
  Melbourne, VIC
  Breakfast
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TiedTogether Pink Tie Breakfast

You are invited to the inaugural TiedTogether Pink Tie Breakfast, proudly supporting National Breast Cancer Foundation(NBCF) to be held on Tuesday 28th October.

Did you know that 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime? And, whilst rare, men are also affected by this disease. As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, at TiedTogether we want to help raise awareness, particularly amongst men. This event will be a great opportunity to hear about Breast Cancer, as well as network with a large range of corporate guests.

A ticket will get you a seat at the table, a continental buffet breakfast, and a TiedTogether Pink NBCF Tie(see our 100% silk pink ties at www.tiedtogether.com.au/collections/breast-cancer )

Don't miss out on your ticket to the inaugural TiedTogether Pink Tie Breakfast


BUY TICKETS HERE

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 0432 498 233

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month -TiedTogether is a newly founded business where men's fashion meets charity. We launched on Monday the 22nd September and currently have some great ambassadors in the form of Gary Sweet and Hugh Sheridan. The business is centred around selling men's fashion accessories aligned to causes and charities by design and colour. We donate 30% of every sale to the charity related to the product purchased. Our aim is to raise $1m in the next two years for charity, increase cause awareness and donation transparency - allowing you track specific goals. We currently stock bowties and neckties, with pocket squares and cufflinks to come in the next few months.

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