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HRDC and Men's Warehouse Want Your Unused Suits

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If you have any unused suits -- now is the time to clean out your closet.

Over the past seven years, the Human Resources Development Council has partnered with Men's Wearhouse to collect suits for people without jobs. Last year, HRDC and Men's Wearhouse collected more than 170 suits in Yellowstone County.

You can bring either men's or women's suits, belts and shoes to Men's Warehouse at 2350 King Avenue West in Billings. Donors receive 50 percent off their next Men's Wearhouse purchase.

The HRDC/Men's Warehouse suit drive, nationally, has collected 850,000 suits in seven years.

For those in need of a suit for a job interview, the suit drive will be held on October 22.

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