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Area fashionistas offer an innovative way to support the fight against domestic violence

A personal connection with domestic violence has moved a local boutique owner to raise money for a local charity. Ditto boutique has determined a high-energy fashion show will merge fashion options for Fall with raising awareness of domestic violence.

The opening of Ditto marks a commitment from owner So Yun to support Rose Brooks Center, and offers her shoppers the chance to do the same.

 “My mother was a victim of domestic violence, and I've always said that even though I wasn't able to stop the abuse as a child, I would one day help others who endured similar circumstances,” said So Yun, owner of Ditto boutique.

“Rose Brooks Center loves creative methods of connecting consumers with the mission of eradicating domestic violence, and we are so thrilled to have the support of emerging businesses like Ditto.” said Cori Gilbert, Manager of Special Events/Public Relations, Rose Brooks Center.

The Ditto fashion show is scheduled for Saturday, September 29th. It is scheduled to begin at 7 PM. 100% of ticket sales will benefit Rose Brooks Center.