Posted May 2, 2012 in Events
Façonnable and Corporate Code give one’s a Second Chance
A Special Evening at the Atlanta Façonnable Boutique
Façonnable charity agenda is as chock full as ever. On April 6, the company’s Atlanta store, located on Lenox Square, wooed around 100 guests who breezed in to support Corporate Code, a non-profit program designed to provide interview appropriate attire and career counseling to displaced and disengaged people seeking employment in the metropolitan Atlanta area.
The top sponsors were Fig Jam Kitchen & Bar, Volì Vodka and Krombacher Beer, Germany’s number one premium beer brewer. Fig Jam Kitchen & Bar is a rustic watering hole that serves classic fare with a modern twist and supplied an abundance of light bites for the evening. An asset to Atlanta’s dining landscape, its exciting and variegated menu options are accompanied by an extensive bar menu with creative specialty drink creations, including the Moonshine Sour and the Desert Rose.
Volì Vodka has created a buzzing reputation thanks to its first low calorie, delicious fruit and fusion flavored vodkas where multiple fruit flavors are masterfully blended together in perfect proportion to create unparalleled tastes and aromas. They are the result of a two year research working with leading mixologists, vodka connoisseurs, and premier producers of distinguished spirits.
De Marco Morgan, a tenacious and engaging journalist and news anchorman for 11Alive, the NBC Atlanta affiliate, served as host for the evening.
The racks brimmed with the spring summer 2012 collections and guests perused the 45 pieces of clothing that were donated to Corporate Code with shoppers receiving an exclusive discount on any purchase that night when they brought an item to donate to Corporate Code.
A special evening, combining social responsibility with lifestyle and a special gourmet taste. C’est Façonnable.