Browns of Beverley will be hosting a fashion show as they celebrate 10 successful years of trading in the town.
The night will also see the company raise money for a charity that supports young people with cancer.
Since first opening their doors, Browns has proved to be a real hit in Beverley. While other department stores struggle on the highstreet Browns is bucking the trend.
Beverley Store Manager, Milena Leslie said;
“We are certainly looking forward to marking a decade of trading in Beverley.”
“As well as the Fashion show we are also planning a week of smaller events in the store to mark the occasion. These will be a combination of special offers and mini cosmetic events.”
“Our fashion show which will take place in April will be the highlight of those celebrations. On the night we will be raising money for the charity Teenage Cancer Trust.”
Milena says that staff at the branch are really looking forward to the show. The night will see the Saturday Market store showcase their Spring and Summer collections.
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“We have a number of the brands that we stock on show. These will include Hobbs, Whistles, Betty Barclay, White Stuff and many more.”
“On the night we will be holding a prize drawer. Anyone who has purchased a ticket will have the chance to win a £200 gift voucher to spend at Browns.”
“We will also be holding a raffle on the night with some super prizes up for grabs. Tickets for this will be sold on the night.”
Browns of Beverley Fashion Show takes place on 2 April. Tickets are priced at just £10 and include a glass of wine and canapes.
Tickets for the fashion show are limited and can be purchased from Browns. You can also purchase tickets for the event by calling 01482 860130.
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