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Splash Into Summer With Fashion

If you’re looking to splash into summer with music, giveaways and fashion, head to the heart of the Elmwood Village shopping district this Saturday for a unique experience, while simultaneously helping the Lee Gross Anthone Child Advocacy Center.


SplashPanic, a new fashion boutique that features some of the world’s most popular clothing brands such as American Apparel, Threadless Tess and Indi Denim, will be hosting. In addition there will be food from Lexington Co-op, beverages from The Village Beer Merchant and live music from DJ Tiger. Along with the wide variety of products, food and music, SplashPanic will also be donating ten percent of that day’s sale to the cause.


The Lee Gross Anthone Child Advocacy Center (CAC) is a Program of Child & Adolescent Treatment Services, where children who have been abused receive the specialized support services they need. The CAC brings together experts in the field of medicine, mental health, child protection, and the law in order to address the needs of sexually abused children and their families.


“SplashPanic is pleased to be able to give back to the Western New York Community. We feel that the Lee Gross Anthone Child Advocacy Center is an integral part of our community that offers invaluable services to our residents,” said Amanda Panning, co-owner of SplashPanic. “We are excited to be able to showcase all we have to offer, while giving back at the same time.”


SplashPanic, along with ShoeFly, SaiOne, Positive Approach and Can Can Candies are ready to help the CAC and kick off the summer in fashion.


Come out this Saturday, May 30th, at noon, in support of the Lee Gross Anthone Child Advocacy Center, and splash into summer with reasonable prices, quality clothing and a fun time. The party will take place on SplashPanic’s deck or in-store, depending on weather, located at 818 Elmwood Avenue.


For more information visit SplashPanic’s website or call 716.884.3344.


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