Top UK apparel firm donates $1m in Eid aid
Dubai, August 17, 2011
Million Dollar Dandy, a leading UK-based clothing and footwear company, has pledged one million dollars to be distributed on the underprivileged community during Eid.
“At Million Dollar Dandy, we feel it is part of our social responsibility to give back to the community,” said David Frosdick, founder and CEO. “We feel like the underprivileged community deserves a slice of the cake.”
“After the launch of our Middle East campaign, we have received over a dozen expressions of interest from a diverse range of prospective clients, wanting to enjoy the experience only we can offer, and only money can buy.”
“And, as such, we would like to boldly state that, while we advocate indulgence, one cannot give a blind eye to their responsibility of giving back something to the community,” he added.
Million Dollar Dandy comprises an extensive coordinated wardrobe of bespoke suits, bespoke formal shirts and complementary silk ties, shoes and boots and an almost decadent selection of luxurious silk velvet smoking jackets and silk dressing gowns, in addition to Michelin dining, custom automobiles among others. – TradeArabia News Service
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