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Mall Prepares for Pack the Mall in Pink

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Models are getting ready for next week's fashion show at Rimrock Mall's Pack the Mall in Pink.

The Rimrock Mall's marketing manager says this year's event will be even bigger. They partnered with Billings Clinic and 100 percent of the ticket value will go directly to the organization Pack the Place in Pink. There will be a champagne bar and make up and nail polish stations. The fashion show will feature 27 breast cancer survivors.

"It gives people that have survived any kind of cancer the hope that they need and also it just helps you feel good about yourself," said Karen Butt, a model for this year's fashion show. "It is a chance to meet people and get different ideas, maybe if you're in the middle of a treatment and you're not really sure, it gives you advice and help that you might need."

The event is on October 4 from 6 PM to 9 PM. in a party tent at the Rimrock Mall. Tickets are $30 individually or $200 for a table for eight people. They can be purchased at guest services in the mall across from Bath and Body Works.

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