Thomas Pink partners with three professional athletes to raise money

Thomas Pink recently teamed up with three professional athletes to raise money for nonprofit organizations. Last week saw the first stop of the tour in San Francisco. Kevin Kouzmanoff the major baseball player appeared at Thomas Pink boutique donating 15% of the proceeds to the charity of his choice ‘The Wender Weis Foundation’. The foundation woks for the ‘at risk and underprivileged children’ in San Francisco Bay Area.

New York will see the second stop of the tour on Thursday, June 10th between 5:00 P.M. and 8:00 P.M.  Terrell Thomas from ‘The New York Giants’ will make a limited appearance at Thomas Pink located at 520 Madison Avenue. Thomas will be raising money for ‘All Stars Helping Kids’, signing autographs and meeting and greeting the fans while they shop for upcoming Fathers Day.

Thomas Pink’s latest collection includes Men’s Imperial Collection ranging from $270 to $350. Also available for purchase will be Pink’s White Shirt Collection for women priced at $180. 15 % of all the sales during that event will be donated to ‘All Stars Helping Kids’ founded in 1989 by Hall of Fame Ronnie Lott. The foundation helps advance physical enrichment programs and policies for children living in low-income areas.

The third and the final stop will be on June 15, Thursday between 5:00 P.M. and 8:00 P.M. at Thomas Pink boutique located at Boston Copley on 100 Huntington Avenue. Shawn Thorton the left wing of ‘Boston Bruins’ will be appearing and donating 15 % of the proceeds to Massachusetts Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

via mlb.mlb/ wenderweis/ thomaspink


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