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Stayfree Partners With Dress for Success

January 10, 2006

Stayfree Partners
With Dress for Success
● In the shared interest of empowering
women to live better, more confident
lives, Stayfree has announced a partnership
with Dress for Success, the
non-profit organization that helps economically
challenged women prepare
for employment in the competitive
marketplace.
Stayfree has partnered with Dress
for Success to help the organization
continue to provide the necessary
resources for women to enter and succeed
in the workforce. In addition to
donating $100,000 to Dress for
Success, Stayfree also enlisted celebrities
such as Courtney Cox, Star Jones
Reynolds and Mila Kunis to design
one-of-a-kind butterfly t-shirts which
were recently auctioned on eBay with
all proceeds going to Dress for
Success.
The butterfly, deemed the icon of
positive transformation by the company,
recently debuted as the new logo
for the Stayfree Dry Max and Stayfree
Advanced Protection products. ●
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