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Shop in Birmingham and Benefit HAVEN April 1

By |2018-01-16T07:36:10-05:00March 9th, 2006|Entertainment|

BIRMINGHAM – No, it isn’t an April Fools Day prank. It is possible to shop and do a socially responsible deed at the same time.
This Is Me, a fun and edgy boutique in downtown Birmingham, is holding an open house to benefit HAVEN Sunday, April 2, from 12-5 p.m. Join entrepreneurial sisters and storeowners, Pam Broder and Adrienne Broder, for spring shopping and refreshments all while helping HAVEN. Everything in the store will be 10 percent off and an additional 10 percent of sales will go to benefit HAVEN.
Recently the innovative and philanthropic Broder sisters where featured on the cover of the March 2006 issue of Style magazine.
This Is Me, located in Birmingham at 202 East Maple Rd., offers menÕs and womenÕs apparel, handcrafted genuine leather and European and Metro-Urban fashions including skirts, jackets, menÕs woven shirts, shrugs, accessories and much more.
HAVEN is a nationally recognized non-profit whose mission is to eliminate domestic violence and sexual assault through treatment and prevention services across Oakland County and the surround communities. For more information about programs and services visit
HAVEN has been working towards eliminating domestic violence and sexual assault by building violence-free communities one family at a time for over thirty-years.

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