JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- One menswear chain is showing its gratitude to U.S veterans in time for the 4th of July.
Jos. A. Bank, a men's retail store with locations across the country, is donating one executive suit to the Gary Sinise Foundation for every full priced suit purchased during the "Uniform of Success Event."
"We are humbled by the sacrifice our veterans make every day for our country," R. Neal Black, CEO of Jos. A. Bank said in an interview. "For over 100 years, our customers have relied on us to dress them for success, and we want to make returning veterans the very best-dressed job candidates."
The Gary Sinise Foundation has decided to team up with Jos. A. Bank because the foundation works to create programs that serve and honor Americans in the military.
"For the past several years I've been on a mission to boost the morale of our troops," said Sinise the founder of the foundation. "Being able to look sharp and dress nicely can raise the self-esteem and confidence of these veterans."
The "Uniform of Success Event" lasts until July 7th and also includes suits being purchased online at www.josbank.com, but excludes suits in the Travelers Collection. Click here to learn more about the Uniform of Success Event.
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