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Millburn Fashion Show Ticket Sales End Monday, October 26 at 12 noon

The Millburn "On The Town" in Downtown Fashion Showcase to be held at The Chanticler, 500 Millburn Avenue, will start at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 29. The tickets are $60.00 and include a full dinner, music, gift auctions and silent auction. During the cocktail hour informal modeling will show fine jewelery and during the fashion show models will walk the runway showing this season's latest styles. Tickets for this event are selling very quickly.

This event is produced by the Downtown Millburn Development Alliance and will include over 30 fashion and fashion related businesses. The show will include fashion retailers, shoe stores, salons and make-up, Eye wear, jewelers and more. Many non-fashion related retailers and businesses are contributing to the evening by offering items for the gift bags and gifts for the auction.

The DMDA is uniting with the town during these challenging economic times to promote the downtown businesses while also raising funds for the three charities. The sponsors for this event are:

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Gold Sponsor - Investors Savings Bank

Silver Sponsors - Deborah Gilbert Smith, Eli Tahari, Gito, HOST Properties, Jeffery Realty, Schultz Furrers and Valley National Bank.

Tickets may be purchased by calling the DMDA at 973-379-2341 or by visiting Roxy Shoes, Gito, Deborah Gilbert Smith, Red Carpet Boutique and Nita Ideas. Sale of tickets must end on Monday, October 26, at noon. No tickets will be sold the night of the event.

Following the Fashion Showcase will be Fashion Week in Downtown Millburn with daily festivities, in-store events and promotions, while music will be played throughout the downtown. A portion of the proceeds of fashion week will also be donate to the charities.

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