Departments — 13 September 2016
2016 Men of Style return for fun, charity

Twelve South Florida men will strut the runway for charity at The Galleria’s Alpine Jaguar 10th Annual Men of Style Shopping Night, presented by Signature Grand, at 6 p.m. on Dec. 1.

The participants, announced on Monday, are: Phil Bullock (representing Women in Distress of Broward County), Adam Corin (HANDY), Louie Fernandez (Florida Children’s Theatre), Jon Gundlach (Henderson Behavioral Health), Jim Hammond (ArtServe), Jeremy Hayes (Broward Center for the Performing Arts), Tim Hogans (Leadership Broward Foundation), Rick Mijares (Jack & Jill Children’s Center), Steve Palmer (Kids in Distress), Dan Reynolds (Art and Culture Center │Hollywood), David Rubin (Take Stock in Children of Broward) and Tony Tella (ARC Broward).

“For the past 10 years, The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale has proudly presented this local tradition, which showcases an impressive roster of influential men who have a positive impact on our community,” says Melissa Milroy, senior marketing manager at The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale. “Along with Alpine Jaguar and other fine sponsors, we are excited to present this night of fashion, fun and entertainment while raising much needed funds for worthy causes.”

The evening will include an array of culinary delights and bar selections, live music and the runway show, hosted by WSVN anchor Diana Diaz. Tickets are priced at $75 for general admission, which includes an open bar; $100 for VIP, which includes a pre-wine reception at Truluck’s and priority seating for the runway fashion show; and $150 for the Ultra-VIP level, which includes prominent front-row runway seating, private bar access during the event and an exclusive after-party at Blue

For an additional $75, organizers say, “supporters also have the opportunity to enter for the chance to win a trip for two to London with roundtrip air compliments of Norwegian Air, hotel accommodations for three nights and a private tour of Jaguar’s manufacturing facility, courtesy of Alpine Jaguar.

“Alpine Jaguar is proud to invest in this community effort, which benefits 12 respected not-for-profit organizations,” says Damian Polgar of Alpine Jaguar in Fort Lauderdale. “We salute this year’s Men of Style and all of those who generously give their time, money and resources to support worthy causes in our community.”


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