Fashionistas Shop for a Great Cause At the Second Annual Warriors Wear Pink Mobile Boutique Sale

 With gas prices at record highs, recessionistas are always looking for ways to save when it comes to fashion and now they won’t have to drive far for great looks. On Thursday, April 7 from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m., shoppers will have their chance to purchase upscale, gently used clothing and accessories inexpensively and help local breast cancer patients at the same time, at the second Warriors Wear Pink Mobile Boutique Sale at the Tanner Hall Amenities Center on Tanner Hall Boulevard in Tanner Plantation in Hanahan. A portion of the proceeds from the Warriors Wear Pink Mobile Boutique Sale will go to local families affected by breast cancer and the Warriors Wear Pink Foundation.
This "MoBo" will offer new, exciting events along with the shopping, including a special style assistant on hand to answer questions, makeup consultant Elizabeth Quinton of EQ Makeup showcasing easy ways to transition your look for summer, Stella & Dot jewelry giveaways and refreshments. 

This is a red version of the rosita jones studio.
nail polish. We'll reveal the WWP "Warrior"
Pink Color on April 7th! 
Shoppers can also purchase an exclusive custom blended “Warrior” nail polish from local nail polish creator rosita jones studio. and a portion of the proceeds from the pink nail polish will go to Warriors Wear Pink. 

During the last half hour of the event from 8:00-8:30 p.m., all items will be heavily reduced but patrons are encouraged to arrive early as some of the hottest items will go right away. Just some of the designer brands available will be JOE Jeans, Rock and Republic, Blue Cult, AG JBrand, True Religion, Ralph Lauren, Banana Republic, 7 For All Mankind, American Eagle, GAP, Orla Kiely, Express, Abercrombie & Fitch and many more.  All items will be priced between $5.00 - $35.00. Cash and checks will be accepted.
Last year's WWP MoBo with creator and cancer
survivor Leslie Moore (middle) and Docent Prodigy
owner, Erica Bennett 
“There’s nothing better than recycling a designer dress especially when you can get it at a great price, and you’re helping a local family dealing with a family member with breast’s a win-win situation.” said Leslie Moore, cancer survivor and creator of Warriors Wear Pink MoBo, “When we did this last September, we were very pleased with the turnout, not just from the shoppers but from breast cancer survivors and those still in their fight. It’s about coming together and supporting each other as warriors. And we can all do it fashionably and inexpensively.” 
What: Warriors Wear Pink Mobile Boutique 
When: Thursday, April 7, 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. 
Where: Tanner Hall Amenities Center, Tanner Plantation, Hanahan 
Why: Gently used, upscale clothing and accessories $5 - $35 with proceeds going to local families affected by breast cancer & Warriors Wear Pink Foundation Cash and checks will be accepted.
Watch a story about last year's MoBo
Leslie Moore 
The brainchild of Lowcountry native and celebrity makeup artist Leslie Moore, Warriors Wear Pink was born during Moore's darkest time of her life. "On June 1, 2009 at the age of 36, I was diagnosed with Stage Three Breast Cancer. I wrote about my journey as a Warrior in my first blog- Warriors Wear Pink. It was my very personal, un-sugar coated, RAW experience throughout my year of surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, and post treatment. Even though it was one tough year, I am tougher and consider myself more blessed than burdened. I made a promise that for every blessing my family and I received, I would plant a seed to pay it forward. It has become my life's mission to help other's in need, in any way I can." This mom of two now champions herself as a Warrior Wearing Pink on a mission to raise awareness about the loneliness that breast cancer patients feel and to make sure that no other warrior walks the path of breast cancer alone. The assistance has no definition, from offering rides to sitting with women when they receive the diagnosis to purchasing groceries--it's just about helping patients in their time of need. Moore is the daughter of local television meteorologist Tom Crawford, and there is no history of breast cancer in her family. For more about Warriors Wear Pink and to read more about Leslie's story, visit http://warriorswearpinkpromise.blogspot.comand or visit us on 


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