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Lord & Taylor Livingston to Hold “New Year, New You” Themed Charity Day


LIVINGSTON, NJ — Lord & Taylor at the Livingston Mall is kicking off 2016 with a “new year, new you” themed Charity Day all day The Saturday, Jan. 16, benefitting the “Look Good Feel Better” charitable program.

Look Good Feel Better is dedicated to changing the way people with cancer approach their disease, by helping them deal with the appearance side effects of treatment, reminding them that they are beautiful inside and out. Representatives at Lord & Taylor said the store is excited to be partnering with such an esteemed organization.

With the purchase of a $5 ticket, customers will receive two 30-perecent-off single-item coupons. In addition, they will receive a 20-percent off savings pass, including 10 percent off of cosmetics and fragrances (for use on Jan. 16 only; some exclusions apply).

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Tickets are available for purchase now at any Lord & Taylor store. All proceeds from ticket sales will benefit Look Good Feel Better. Additionally, one percent of all proceeds received on January 16 will go back to Look Good Feel Better, up to a maximum of $15,000.

On the same day, Lord & Taylor, which will operate on regular Saturday hours, will also offer fun activations aimed at helping costumers look and feel their best in the new year. Activities may include 30-minute fitness classes, fashion shows, eyebrow threading, denim customization, bra fittings and more. Stores will also offer special discounts, local entertainment and refreshments.

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