PITTSBURGH and WASHINGTON, June 10, 2020– Tailor on Tap announces the Be Well and Be Well Dressed Contest, a $25,000 giveaway to support college students, recent graduates and aspiring professionals as they enter a changed and challenging job market this summer.
The contest opens Wednesday, June 10. Gifts for winners include:
The impacts of COVID have crystalized Tailor on Tap’s commitment to helping job seekers achieve success.
Company president Adam D’Angelo believes in the power of personal style to create a distinct advantage in the job search. “I began to take wardrobe seriously when I interviewed for an internship in finance,” he explains. After being selected from a deep pool of applicants, he learned he was the only candidate who came to the interview wearing a suit. “I had to experience the effect of a strong first impression in order to fully embrace the power of clothing to make good things happen. My suit literally helped launch my career.”
D’Angelo became passionate about helping others launch their careers, too. In 2019, he started Tailor on Tap, a rapidly expanding bespoke clothing company that cultivates relationships with those who are new to the experience of the professional job interview or new to the experience of custom-made clothing.
“Our stylists are dedicated to collaborating with clients on a wardrobe that reflects their career goals and at the same time respects the reality of their bank accounts,” D’Angelo says. “For young people just now entering the job market, high-end fabrics and expert tailoring are remarkably attainable through our business model, which ensures affordability combined with exquisite quality.”
Winners of the Be Well and Be Well Dressed Contest will have the chance to meet with consultants to make a plan for a powerful first impression. As they’re advised on fabrics, patterns, and accessories for a professional setting, they’ll also be coached on elements of professional presence and job interview success.
Tailor on Tap is committed to the health and safety of contest winners, clients and employees.
Tailor on Tap stylists meet clients in the environment where they feel most comfortable—on campus, at home, or in a coffee shop. Every Tailor on Tap associate is continuously evaluated for health and wellness and trained to ensure each client’s safety and well-being throughout the process of consultation and custom fitting.
The COVID-19 has presented us some unprecedented problems because of which many college graduates and workers lost their jobs and their future seemed bleak. To save the day, Tailor on Tap announced the Be Well and Be Well Dressed Contest, to support college students, recent graduates, and aspiring professionals as they enter a changed and challenging job market this summer. We, at iDesigniBuy, firmly stand behind the fashion companies helping others to combat the coronavirus.
Source- PR Newswire