Friday, February 2nd was National Wear Red Day for Women, the American Heart Association’s movement to bring attention to the fact that heart disease is the number one killer of women. For 15 years now, this day has been dedicated to raising awareness of the disease and encouraging mothers, daughters, sisters, and friends to live a healthier lifestyle. As stated on the Go Red for Women website, this day has made tremendous strides. In fact, 1 in 3 women are asking their doctors about developing a heart health plan, nearly 90% have made at least one healthy change to their lives, and more than one third have lost weight. To do our part to help the American Heart Association raise money and awareness for this initiative, Stash offered 10% off the entire purchase price to guests who wore red into the store on Friday and donated $10 to the American Heart Association. The color red stands out, and it brings warmth and energy to the wardrobe and the home. It also happens to be the color of our hearts, so we think it’s perfect for National Wear Red Day!
Stash employees were also encouraged to wear red to work to support Go Red for Women.
All of the money raised by guests just like you on February 2nd goes to the American Heart Association as part of our #StashCares campaign. We thank all of you for your support. Let’s keep working together to make a difference in the world.