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Fall fashions modeled by women in the armed services for Veterans Guest House benefit


vgh-logo-300x81-9485080-2959913VETERANS GUEST HOUSE NEWS RELEASE – Join the Veterans Guest House for a new, exciting event featuring a runway full of the latest fall fashions modeled by women who have served or are serving in our country’s military. This new event–Boots Meet Fashion, Fashion Meets Fun–is set for Wednesday, October 16, at 11:30 a.m. at the Peppermill Resort Spa Casino.

The fashion show and luncheon, hosted by News Talk 780 KOH’s Monica Jaye, will introduce Jockey’s Person to Person fall line of women’s clothing. The new fashion line features the latest mix-and-match styles, highlighting crisp lines and fresh colors for every woman–young or young at heart.

A fashion show drawing will include grand prize drawing of $500 credit towards Jockey’s fall fashions. Tickets are $45 per person and can be purchased by visiting www.veteransguesthouse.org, or by calling 775-324-6958, ext 11. Table sponsors and event sponsorship opportunities are also available. Proceeds will benefit the Veterans Guest House, a home away from home for the military and their families in times of medical need. The Guest House is privately supported by donations and does not receive any federal or state funds for day-to-day operations.

The Veterans Guest House provides United States Military service veterans and their families temporary overnight accommodations while receiving treatment at a medical facility in the Reno/Sparks area. The majority of guests receive treatment at the Veterans Administration Medical Center (VAMC). The VAMC covers 100,000 square miles from Bishop to Auburn, Elko and Ely. The Veterans Guest House is located at 880 Locust Street in Reno, Nevada.

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