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Miracle Tie Collection will change lives of Hopkins children
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Oct '10
JoS. A. Bank Clothiers, Inc., in partnership with the Johns Hopkins Children's Center, announces the kick off of its annual Miracle Tie Collection program which benefits pediatric patients at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center.

The national program, now in its 15th year, raises money for Hopkins Children's Center through sales of specially designed ties. These ties are sold in all of the Company's 498 JoS. A. Bank stores and through its catalog and E-commerce website. JoS. A. Bank will donate profits from the sale of these ties to Hopkins Children's Center.

The Miracle Tie Collection includes 17 product offerings in nine distinct designs. The design of the line of silk neckties was inspired by the artwork of patients at Hopkins Children's Center. This artwork represented drawings of the children's favorite activities or things.

Profits donated by the Company through the sale of these ties will go toward research and patient care at Hopkins Children's Center. Since the program was established in 1995, JoS. A. Bank has contributed approximately $700,000 to Hopkins Children's Center for research and patient care.

"We are pleased to continue to be a part of this very worthwhile event with the Johns Hopkins Children's Center," stated R. Neal Black, CEO of JoS. A. Bank Clothiers, Inc. "The Miracle Tie program provides an excellent opportunity for the Company to give back to the community in a significant way. Further, it is especially rewarding to be able to provide this financial support to these children who are greatly in need of help," continued Mr. Black.

"JoS. A. Bank's Miracle Tie Collection has changed lives at Hopkins Children's Center," says George Dover, M.D., director and pediatrician-in-chief of the Johns Hopkins Children's Center. "Each Miracle Tie artist is filled with a tremendous sense of pride in his or her work, and JoS. A. Bank should be proud of the difference they have made to support pediatric patient care."

JoS. A. Bank Clothiers Inc

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