Still searching for that last-minute gift for Dad this Father’s Day? Look no further than a limited-edition vineyard vines® tie, with 100% of the proceeds going to the USO! The retailer’s “Tied to a Cause” campaign is running now through the 4th of July, so there’s still plenty of time to show your support in style.
Express and Next Day Business shipping options are still available, and there are eight retail locations on the east coast. And if you can’t make Sunday’s deadline, then let Dad know his tie is on the way by printing out one of the great posters at right and at the bottom of the post! In addition, we’ll be holding in-store events at the following times and locations:
June 22: Washington, DC, 6pm - 6pm 1225 Wisconsin Avenue NW Washington, DC 20007 Click here to RSVP
June 23: Greenwich, CT, 5pm - 7pm 145 Greenwich Avenue Greenwich, CT 06830 Click here to RSVP
At both locations you’ll have the opportunity to purchase ties and totes. And the first 150 purchases at each event will receive an exclusive USO gift bag!
Even if you’re not in the DC or NYC areas, you can RT to show your support: RT @the_USO and @vineyard_vines have the perfect #FathersDay gift - get “Tied to a Cause” http://bit.ly/auhPvk or grab one of the posters below and share with friends and family!
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