Neiman Marcus Last Call Gives $25-off Coupon December 12-15 for Donated Children’s Item for Area's Disadvantaged Kids
A donation of new or gently used children’s clothing will be all that’s required for shoppers at Neiman Marcus Last Call at Philadelphia Premium Outlets to receive a $25.00-off coupon toward the purchase of $100 or more from the store’s selection of party dresses, designer handbags, women's shoes, jewelry, men’s suits and more, during a special holiday promotion, Thursday - Sunday, December 12-15.
“This special holiday event,” said Donald Federico, store manager at the Limerick retailer, “will combine a unique ‘price of admission,’ with a double payoff. It will generate needed cold-weather clothing items to benefit children served by area nonprofit Cradles to Crayons – kids 0-12 who live in poverty conditions in the region,” he said, “while providing generous donors a $25.00 coupon to be applied to the purchase of any one item, $100 or more, during the four-day promotion.”
Shoppers will receive the $25 coupon for –
• Donation of any new or gently used cold-weather item, such as coats, hats, gloves, scarves or boots. Most-needed items are winter coats (up to size 14/16) and winter boots (up to size 10 adult),or
• Donation of item purchased in the store’s Children’s Department.
Cradles to Crayons’ personnel will be on site on Saturday, December 14, from noon to 4 p.m. to answer questions about their organization and support the timely Neiman Marcus Last Call at Philadelphia Premium Outlets’ collection effort.
“While Montgomery County has the second-lowest rate of child poverty in the southeastern Pennsylvania area,” said Federico, “it had the largest percentage increase, year to year, of the number of children living in poverty in any of the five local counties, including Philadelphia! It makes the need for this clothing, which will go back to vulnerable children in our community,” he emphasized, “that much more important – especially during the winter season. Our Neiman Marcus Last Call store looks forward to tying this special collection-discount event to this urgent need.”