Tucson Care Card Savings Plus Charity Donation

Tucson Fashion Week has come up with another way to give back to the community.

The creators of the event have introduced the Tucson Care Card that provides a 20-percent discount at a variety of Tucson merchants and restaurants plus donations for a local nonprofit.

Shoppers can use the card at participating retailers from Oct. 3 through Oct. 12. The Care Card costs $30 and 100 percent of that fee will go to the Steven M. Gootter Foundation this year. The nonprofit was established in 2005 and works toward defeating sudden cardiac death. Its namesake, Steven Gootter, was a 42-year-old father of two who died from SCD in February 2005.

Tucson Care Cards can be used at participating merchants (see list). Cards can be purchased online at www.tucsoncarecard.org or at Pottery Barn, Williams-Sonoma, Brooks Brothers and St. John at La Encantada.

Perfection Plastic Surgery & Skin Care, La Encantada, Fox Tucson Theatre, Mills Touche, Alfonso Gourmet Olive Oil & Balsamics. Media Sponsors are BizTucson and Journal Broadcast Group

Participating merchants include:
• Acacia
• Armani at Firenze Boutique
• Armitage
• Base Concepts
• Blanco’s Tacos and Tequila
• Blocks Skate Shop
• Brooks Brothers
• Buffalo Exchange
• Contigo Cocina Latina
• Creative Juice
• Cup Cafe
• Fed by Threads
• Firebirds
• Goldies
• Gourmet Girls
• J Crew
• Loop Jean Company
• L’Visage
• Megan Murray Daisy Diamond Salon
• North
• Pear Tree House
• Perfection Plastic Surgery & Skin Care
• Pottery Barn
• Red Monkey Pilates Studio
• Sauce
• Shaffer Dry Cleaning
• Shlomo & Vitos
• Spirit of Santa Fe
• Spirit Salon
• St. John
• The Robert Graham Shop
• The Walking Company
• Tommy Bahama
• Whimsy
• Wildflower
• Williams-Sonoma
• Zin Burger

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