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BK&Co Kentucky Derby Fashions Benefit Ron Foley Foundation

BK&Co.in West Hartford Center is donating a portion of proceeds to the Ron Foley Foundation, and will also hold a special tea party on April 12 where Kentucky Derby fashions will be modeled.

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Submitted by the Ron Foley Foundation

The Kentucky Derby is not only about watching the most exciting two minutes in sports; it’s also about the grand fashion and style of the attendees. The same holds true at Ron’s Run for the Roses! And our friends at BK&Co., the women’s fashion boutique in West Hartford Center, have just the answer when it comes to Kentucky Derby style hats and dresses.

Please stop into BK&Co. anytime during the month of April and check out their gorgeous collection of hats, in a variety of styles and colors. You’ll enjoy a 20 percent discount on the purchase of a hat, and to show their support – owners Barbara Karsky and Karen Herbert will also donate 20 percent of the final sale to the Ron Foley Foundation.

BK&Co. will make sure than no two women will be sporting the same hat.

For a special preview, BK&Co. is also hosting a tea party on April 12 from noon to 4 p.m. to help you with your personal shopping. Please consider attending.

And let’s not forget the gents! Bob DeGemmis’ Dressed to the Nines, also in West Hartford Center, has special Derby Day hats, socks, ties, suspenders and cuff links available for the men.

Just mention the Ron Foley Foundation when making your purchase and Dressed to the Nines will donate 20 percent of your Derby purchase to the Foundation.

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