Suit - A - Palooza
Wednesday, September 17th- Finance Workshop
October 15th- Appropriate Interview Attire Workshop
November 19th-The Proper Way To Apply Make Up For An Interview
Join Suited to Succeed at Black Eyed Susan Day May 16, 2014
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STEVENS OUT OF HALL OF FAME JOCKEY CHALLENGE
Gary Stevens, who last year became the oldest rider to win the Preakness Stakes (G1), has informed Pimlico officials that he will not participate in the Xpressbet Jockey Challenge on Black-Eyed Susan Day, May 16.
The Jockey's Challenge will now feature seven of the eight active Hall of Fame riders with Russell Baze (1999 Hall of Fame inductee), Mike Smith (2003), Kent Desormeaux (2004), Edgar Prado (2008), John Velazquez (2012), Calvin Borel (2013) and Alex Solis (2014) competing in four races with points awarded based upon their finish.
“Gary has been very selective with his rides since coming out of retirement last year and makes a conscious effort to limit his mounts,” Pimlico president Tom Chuckas said. “He plans on riding in stakes races during Preakness weekend which take priority.”
The jockey with the most points at the end of the competition will be crowned champion. Riding assignments are determined by a drawing Sunday, May 11, and jockeys receive points for finishing first (12 points), second (6), third (4) and fourth (3) in each race.
The champion jockey will earn $20,000. Other prize money: $10,000 (second), $7,000 (third), $4,000 (fourth), $3,500 (fifth), $3,000 (sixth) and $2,500 (seventh).
Friday Jeans Days
During the month of August 2013, Grant Thornton LLC will be supporting Suited to Succeed with a fundraising event everyone can get involved in - Friday Jeans Days!
Each month local Baltimore audit, tax and advisory firm Grant Thornton picks a charity to support through its Jeans Days. Employees pay $5 to wear jeans each Friday and the proceeds are donated to a great local organization. This month Grant Thornton will be supporting Suited to Succeed. From the Board of Directors, staff and the clients we serve, thank you for the support!
Here is how you can get involved, wear jeans to work on Fridays and donate to Suited to Succeed. Spread the word and get coworkers, friends and family to join in. Choose a button to the right to make a donation and wear your jeans on Fridays knowing you are comfortable and helping women all across Maryland at the same time.
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'Suit A Palooza 2013'
'Couture at the Club'
Couture at the Club:
Kickoff the season at our 1st annual fashion show. Enjoy an amazing evening as models strut down the catwalk to the commentary of event emcee, Sloane Brown, Baltimore Sun society and fashion columnist.
Enjoy cocktails, heavy hors d'oeuvres, dessert and mingling while seeing first-hand the season's hottest looks as we take over the Club.
Couture to Benefiting Suited to Succeed Please bring a ready to wear garment (business appropriate) or accessories to donate to Suited to Succeed, a local nonprofit providing clothing and workshops to women transitioning from welfare or underemployment to work and empowering women to improve their lives and the lives of their families. Please donate generously to this worthy cause. Donation envelopes will also be available at the event.
Event Partners: Jones & Jones, Jos. A. Bank, Cosmetic Surgery Center of Maryland/BE LifeStyle MedSpa, Radcliffe Jewelers and Style Magazine.
For nearly 50 years, The Center Club has been Baltimore’s premier private business dining club. The Club has been the most prestigious location in the city for its Members to conduct business and enjoy fine dining, hold any function, from private breakfast, lunch or dinner meetings to extraordinary social events.
The private, Members-only club is centrally located in the heart of downtown Baltimore on the 15th and 16th floors of 100 Light Street with breathtaking panoramic views of Baltimore's Inner Harbor, sports stadiums and city skyline.