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Philanthropy | Bacchus Celebration Charity Benefit

Posted on June 14, 2010 by admin There have been 0 comments

On the evening of June 12th, Wigs.com participated in a charity benefit called Bacchus Celebration. The event was held in Dallas, Texas at a beautiful and modern studio venue called Design Within Reach.

All proceeds from the event go to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Included in the event was a large silent auction in which attendees could bid on a wide range of items, from local and national retailers, to artists' pieces and autographed sports paraphernalia. The auction proceeds benefit the L&L Society as well.

Thus Wigs.com donated 2 great costume wigs for the auction, as we know that many of our beloved clients may be living with leukemia, lymphoma and many other types of cancers and illnesses. Here are a few photos from the benefit of Wigs.com attendees, the donated wigs, and their new owners:

Wigs.com sales associate Taylor Baker posing with Wigs.com wigs on a silent auction table.

Wigs.com donated the 60s Vamp wig (left) and the Pin Up wig (right) for Bacchus' silent auction.

A lovely attendee in the vintage-inspired Pin Up wig she won in the auction. Gorgeous!

Wigs.com social media director Lizz (left), Taylor Baker (right), and 2 attendees (center) in the Wigs.com wigs they won in the silent auction.

Bald is beautiful!

Wigs.com and those who attended the event on the company's behalf were humbled by the generosity of the organization. The event spotlighted individuals who were currently battling cancer, and Wigs.com was reminded of a large clientele base who turn to Wigs.com for advice, guidance, and of course, confidence through our product.

Learn more about the Bacchus organization and the charity event here. Wigs.com donated to the Bacchus organization to further our many philathropic efforts and our budding Community Outreach programs.


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