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Henry A. Davidsen Makes Custom Tuxedo for Future College Footballer

22 May 2018– Henry A. Davidsen: Master Tailors & Image Consultants, Philadelphia’s leader in custom men’s clothing, is suiting up Focused Athletics teen, Justin “Big Fresh” Johnson for his senior prom in a donated custom tuxedo to fit the offensive tackle’s 6’7” frame.

Before Johnson starts college, he has to complete high school milestones including his senior prom. Henry A. Davidsen President and CEO Brian Lipstein happily took on the opportunity to customize and fit Johnson’s tuxedo for his May 11th prom. Johnson said, “Wearing something designed for and fitted just for me was the best feeling ever. I felt more than special, I felt sensational! It just doesn’t get any better than this.” The donated tuxedo’s retail value is approximately $2,000. 

A core value of Henry A. Davidsen’s business plan is giving back. “Businesses build communities, and communities build businesses,” said Brian Lipstein. “You can’t continue to take out of the community without giving back as well.” 

Henry A. Davidsen recently capped off its 3rd Annual Suit Drive benefiting Career Wardrobe, the Rittenhouse business collected over 4,000 new or gently used suit pieces and raised nearly $5,000 for the nonprofit supporting unemployed Philadelphians with professional resources to successfully re-enter the workforce.

ABOUT HENRY A. DAVIDSEN
Henry A. Davidsen Master Tailors & Image Consultant’s offers perfectly tailored professional and special occasion clothing by appointment only. Exclusively located on the second floor at 1701 Spruce St. Philadelphia, PA, Henry A. Davidsen offers one-on-one consultations for the finest custom-tailored clothing, casual wear, accessories and image consulting for professionals. Awarded several prestigious “Best of Philly” awards from Philadelphia Magazine Henry A. Davidsen was founded in 2006 and is owned and operated by CEO Brian Lipstein. For more information about Henry A. Davidsen please visit www.henrydavidsen.com.

–Abigail Weaver