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Wheel to Survive Ovarian Cancer Charity Aug. 19-20

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10% of Sales to Charity this Friday and Saturday

M. Wiesenthal will support the Wheel to Survive Ovarian Cancer Charity August 19-20, 2016 by donating 10% of all sales on both days to the cause.


Final Clearance On Spring/Summer Merchandise

Take Additional 20% Off Already Reduced Prices – Up To 80% Off – Selected Sport Coats – Sport Shirts & Button Downs – Campus Polos & Tees – Select Shorts & Casual Pants – Alterations Not Included On Sale Items


Wheel to Survive is an indoor cycling fundraiser to support programs for women battling ovarian cancer today and to provide research dollars for a cure. Cyclists of all skill levels are encouraged to participate.

Wheel to Survive Houston 2016

Sunday, Sept. 25
9:00 am 3:00 pm

Evelyn Rubenstein JCC
5601 S Braeswood Blvd

Register here
Registration fee: $50
Fundraising minimum: $250/cycler

It is time to change the statistics for our mothers, daughters, sisters and girlfriends and be the difference in the fight against ovarian cancer today

Ovarian cancer is the most lethal gynecological cancer, affecting one in 70 women. Today, more than 70 percent of ovarian cancer patients will die of their disease, compared to less than 20 percent of breast cancer patients. When ovarian cancer is detected and treated early, the five year survival rate is greater than 92 percent. Sadly, symptoms are vague and subtle, so most patients are diagnosed at later stages, and less than 50 percent will survive more than five years after their diagnosis.


Support 2nd Annual Birdies for Berrys

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The 2nd Annual Birdies for Berrys Golf Classic Dinner and Auction will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 27, and the Golf Tournament will take place on Feb. 28 at the Wildcat Golf Club in southwest Harris County. Celebrity guest at this year’s event will be Miss Harris County 2013, Niki Noblett.

M. Wiesenthal Men’s Collection is proud to be an inkind sponsor of the 2nd Annual Birdies for Berrys, to raise money for the Joshua and Robin Berry Children’s Trust that supports Peter, Aaron and Willa Berry.

Download the registration form here or learn more by calling (201) 960-5757.