Me-Ality, a revolutionary technology that offers free, fully-clothed, 10-second body scans to help people find their best fitted clothes, and Dress for Success Worldwide, a not-for-profit charity that provides disadvantaged women an opportunity for more economic independence, have announced they are teaming together for the "Fit to Win" campaign.
Now through July 15 consumers will have a chance to win a personalized wardrobe from Me-Ality by just visiting one of their scanning stations, and getting scanned. Me-Ality will be donating $7,000 dollars to Dress for Success, an organization that gives disadvantaged women professional attire, a network of support and career development tools to help them thrive in a work atmosphere and in their personal life.
"We are thrilled to support Dress for Success through our 'Fit to Win' campaign," said Tanya Shaw, the CEO of Me-Ality, in a press release. "Me-Ality is not only about helping shoppers find perfect fitting clothes but also strives to build self-esteem, a goal we proudly share with Dress for Success."
In the future, Me-Ality plans to have kiosks in over 300 malls across America. To learn more about the "Fit to Win" contest, click here.
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