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Cars, Cigars & Style – Save the Date

As you probably know by now, arthritis is something that hit our family hard over the past few years (click here for more about that). Ever since my husband Pete was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis a decade ago, he’s been using the Arthritis Foundation resources to connect with others, access information and find new physicians. We’ve gotten more and more involved over the years, to the point where Pete and his dad are on chapter boards, and his mom, sister and I are on event planning boards.

This year, I decided that it’s time to do a Cincy Chic and Cincinnati Profile (the male version of Cincy Chic that I help run) event to raise funds for the Arthritis Foundation. So, I got together with one of Pete’s favorite menswear shop – Blaine’s in Montgomery – and put together this event concept (see all the details below) of “Cars, Cigars & Style”. I hope to see you there!

 

Cars, Cigars & Style

When: Saturday, November 14, 6-9pm

Where: Blaine’s Fine Men’s Apparel 9407 Montgomery Rd Cincinnati OH 45242

RSVP: http://2015ccs.eventbrite.com

Enjoy: swag bag, wine and bourbon tastings, light bites and a premium cigar selection. Also, view classic cars and shop for a cause, as 10% of all sales will be donated to the Arthritis Foundation!

Brought to you by: Cincy Chic and Cincinnati Profile

Cars, Cigars & Style Blaines

NYE Glam-a-Thon December 31!

My friend, Nancy Dawson, of Brideface will be heading up a New Year’s Eve Glam-a-Thon benefitting the Arthritis Foundation. The event will be on Monday, December 31 from 1-6pm at the Brideface studio in Covington. This is a cause my family is very passionate about since my husband, Pete, has RA.

You’ll get you hair and makeup done for your big night out and support a great cause in the process! Reserve your appointment by messaging Nancy via email at nancy@brideface.com or post on the event’s Facebook page wall. Spots are going to go quickly so make sure you reserve your appointment today!

 

Thanks to my intern Sara Elliott for helping put this blog post together!