Departments — 09 December 2014
A record night for the Men of Style

A record crowd cheering on 11 prominent Broward men on the catwalks at The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale’s Men of Style Shopping Night presented by Signature Grand last Thursday night raised almost $60,000 for local charities.

“We are grateful for the overwhelming support of our signature event,” says Melissa Milroy, senior marketing manager at The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale. “The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale remains committed to supporting a number of worthy community efforts, and we look forward to hosting this great event for many more years to come.”

The leading were men: Michael Asseff (representing Art and Culture Center of Hollywood), Robert Barron (Henderson
Behavioral Health), Bob Birdsong (ArtServe), John Brant (Women In Distress of Broward County), David Coddington (Leadership
Broward Foundation), John Edelson (Fort Lauderdale Children’s Theatre), Josh Greenberger (ARC Broward), Zach Hoffman
(Broward Center for the Performing Arts), Chris Lentz (Make-AWish Southern Florida), Ian Lis (HANDY) and Peter Ratzan (Take Stock in Children).
The Men of Style honorees took part in a fall/winter fashion show presented by Dillard’s and Macy’s, and hosted by WSVN news anchor Diana Diaz. Event sponsors and contributors included Signature Grand as a presenting sponsor, Fast Boats Marine Group as the Blue Martini VIP Level sponsor, Gray Robinson as the Truluck’s VIP Level sponsor, as well as Macy’s, Dillard’s, P.F Chang’s, City & Shore Magazine, The Capital Grille, Pier 66, Sweeter Days, Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort, DAPUR Asian Tapas & Lounge, ARC Broward Culinary Institute, Glenn’s Greenery and GPR│Goodman Public Relations.



Front Row (left to right): Melissa Milroy, Diana Diaz and David Coddington
Back Row (left to right): John Brant, Iana Lis, John Edelson, Robert Barron, Bob Birdsong, Mike Asseff, Chris Lentz, Josh Greenberger, Zack Hoffman and Peter Ratzan

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