VIA appreciates fashion show support

April 12, 2013

The Village Improvement Association would like to thank everyone who helped to make the Swing Into Spring Fashion Show held April 6 at Baywood Greens a sold-out success.

A very special thank you to the stores in the Tanger Outlets that donated clothing and accessories to be modeled. They include Brooks Brothers, Coldwater Creek, DKNY, Jones New York and Van Heusen.

This year the show featured clothing for men and women. The female models were VIA members, and the male models were citizens of Rehoboth Beach. The men were Bob Crawford, Patrick Gilmore, Ed McHale, Rich Morgante, Jerry Palmaro and Nick Serratore.

We also appreciated the items the following businesses donated for the ticket and silent auctions: Abbott's Grill, Accents, Bad Hair Day Salon, Beach Waves, Big Fish, Brooks Brothers, Cake Break, Cape Gazette, Captain's Table, CK's Hairport, Clear Space, Coastal Cuts, Coldwater Creek, Confucius, County Bank, DKNY, Elegant Slumming, Food by Design, Grotto Pizza, Harry & David, J. Conn Scott, Jiffy Lube, Joanne DeFiore Calligraphy and Jewelry Designs, Jones New York, Josephine's Daughter, Joss II, Karen's Keepsakes, Kris Etze, Larry Fifer, Little Egg Harbor Shop, Louie's Pizza, MC Nails, Med Spa Salon, Mom & Company, Nage, Nassau Valley Vineyard, Nicola Pizza, Oasis Wellness Spa, Paparozzi by Maggie, Pig & Fish, Pineapple Princess, Rehoboth Car Wash, Robert Thomas Salon, Sea Finds, Sea Shell Shop, See Me Beautiful Photography, Silk & Sands, Something Comfortable, Southern Delaware Choral Society, Summer House, The Hair Station, Thomas David Salon, Twila's, Van Heusen, Windsor's Flowers, Village Improvement Association members and YMCA.

Proceeds from this event will benefit the VIA Capital Campaign Fund.

Thank you to all who attended and supported the event. We hope you had fun and we will see you next spring.

Carol Hall
Village Improvement Association
Fashion Show Chairwoman

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