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AURORA, Ohio, Feb. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The runway lights were aglow last evening, as Technical Consumer Products, Inc. ("TCP"), held a lively fashion show event to benefit The American Heart Association's "Go Red Campaign," to help raise money in the fight against women's heart disease.  Headlined by TCP's "Red Man Group," attendees watched as fourteen brave men – yes, MEN - pranced across the stage wearing some of today's hottest dresses, hairstyles (wigs!) and accessories, high heel shoes and all!

TCP Holds Crazy Fashion Show to Benefit American Heart Association

"The guys were really good sports with all of this," said Caroline Oldsey, TCP's Director of Human Resources, and the coordinator of the event.  "Everybody had fun and enjoyed a wonderful show, and our guys really 'strutted their stuff' on stage for a very worthy cause!"

TCP's "Go Red" fashion show was the culmination of the company' two-week campaign of events designed to raise money and awareness about women's heart disease.  In all, TCP raised more than $14,000 for the charity from this activity.  TCP has been a strong supporter of the AHA for more than five years, and this effort remains a key part of the company's commitment to community service.

For more information about the fight against women's hear disease, visit the American Heart Association at https://www.goredforwomen.org/

With its North America headquarters in Aurora, OH, TCP Inc. is a privately-held leader in energy efficient lighting innovations. TCP's extensive product offerings include: LED lamps and fixtures, compact fluorescent lamps, energy efficient halogen lamps, exit and emergency lighting, HID, decorative and outdoor fixtures, ballasts and fixtures, and linear lamps. TCP was recently named a 2013 ENERGYSTAR® Partner of the Year by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

For more information, visit us at www.tcpi.com or call (800) 324-1496.

Contact:

Jim Crowcroft


(330) 995-1381


jcrowcroft@tcpi.com

 

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