Macy's Celebrates Go Red For Women(R) With An Exclusive, Limited-edition Red Dress From Ellen Tracy, To Support The Cause. (Photo: Business Wire)
Today, Macy’s (NYSE:M), a founding national sponsor of the American
Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement, announced a celebration
to commemorate the 10
th National Heart Month with customers
Today, Macy’s (NYSE:M), a founding national sponsor of the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement, announced a celebration to commemorate the 10 th National Heart Month with customers across the country through a line-up of events, merchandise and promotions all fashioned to bring awareness and funds to the cause of women’s heart health. Over the past decade, Macy’s has raised $40 million dollars through the generosity and commitment of Macy’s associates and customers to benefit the fight against heart disease.
Macy's celebrates Go Red For Women(R) with an exclusive, limited-edition red dress from new brand, Marilyn Monroe, to support the cause. (Photo: Business Wire)
February is American Heart Month, and Macy’s will show its support through several fashion-focused programs in-store and online, including Macy’s annual Wear Red Sale (Jan. 30 to Feb. 3), and special red dresses by Ellen Tracy, Kensie, and Macy’s exclusive new collection launching this spring, Marilyn Monroe. Each brand will offer a dress in honor of the cause, and all three can be found in select stores and on macys.com in time for National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 1, 2013. "At Macy's, we are so proud that we have been a national sponsor of Go Red For Women from its inception. From the in-store experiences, social media campaigns, and this year, the magnificent lighting of our Herald Square building red, we are always evolving and finding innovative ways to build support and educate our customers,” says Martine Reardon, Macy’s chief marketing officer. “Since 2004, we have raised $40 million for the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement, helping to fund life-saving research and raise awareness of this preventable disease."