AWEE’s ‘Shoes and the City’ to hold fashion sneak-peek on Sept. 22

It’s the shoes!

The fifth annual Shoes and the City evening event will feature the latest fashions in shoes and the chance to buy them (and donate a portion to Arizona Women’s Education & Employment), fabulous prizes and Saks Fifth Avenue.

Co-chairs are Kathey Wagner, founder and executive strategist of B-On the Obvious, Inc., and 850zip, and Julie Maurer of Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP.

Co-chairs are Kathey Wagner, founder and executive strategist of B-On the Obvious, Inc., and 850zip, and Julie Maurer of Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP.

Sponsored by 850zip and Sacks, Ricketts & Case LLP, Shoes and the City runs from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22 in Saks’ shoe department at The Biltmore Fashion Park, 24th Street and Camelback Road.

Co-chairs are Kathey Wagner, founder and executive strategist of B-On the Obvious, Inc., and 850zip, and Julie Maurer of Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP. Raffle prizes have been donated by Saks Fifth Avenue.

Shoes and the City tickets are $85 per person and, because space is limited, registration is required.  AWEE Individual Giving Society members at the Investor Level attend Shoes and the City at no charge as part of the benefits package.

To register and purchase tickets, call AWEE at (602) 223-4333.

For additional information about Individual Giving Society donor levels and benefits and for more information about AWEE, visit www.awee.org.

The nonprofit AWEE is Arizona’s preeminent workforce development organization, offering a diverse range of evidence-based training and support services throughout Maricopa and Yavapai counties.

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