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Gardere Sponsored 'A Night Out' Featured on Houston Hip & Haute

01.12.13

Houston Hip & Haute, a fashion email newsletter and website for Houstonians, featured Dress for Success Houston's® 12th Annual "A Night Out" sponsored by Gardere. Partner Rachel Powitzky Steely, member of Gardere Women's Council, served as chair of the event.

"The Women's Council is proud to contribute to 'A Night Out' each year and elevate awareness of Dress for Success Houston's mission to provide life-changing services to women transitioning into employment," said Ms. Steely. "'A Night Out' is a wonderful celebration of the successes that women can achieve in their lives and in the workplace with the help of simple, yet much-needed resources such as business attire, education and emotional support, which collectively give them the confidence they need to conquer the working world."

"We are pleased to partner with Gardere once again for 'A Night Out' and to be aligned with a group of women within the Firm so dedicated to helping others find success in their own careers," said Nancy Levicki, Dress for Success Houston president and co-founder. "The funds from compassionate donors, like those who attended the well-planned event, start by shaping our clients into professionals through their wardrobe. However, these women are impacted far beyond this, gaining life-changing confidence that can help them secure a dream job, escape difficult life situations, and learn how to be self-sufficient."

The full article can be accessed here.

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