Wouldn't you love Álex González to demonstrate this for you?
Men's clothing brand Dockers® (part of Levi Strauss & Co.) held quite the classy event on June 19, Dockers® Flannels for Heroes, a day-long cricket match at Burton Court.
(L to R) British actress Vera Day, 79, and Gun Crazy (1949) actress Peggy Cummins, 89
This was the second year the brand sponsored the event, which was in support of veterans' charities.
(L to R) González, Day & Barış Kılıç
From a press release:
All proceeds from the Dockers® Flannels for Heroes event will support two charities with the same mission to improve the lives of service men and women and their families. Walking With the Wounded (HRH Prince Harry joined Dockers® brand ambassador Jaco Van Gass on a trek to the South Pole in 2013), which retrains and re-skills servicemen to help them find new careers following duty cut short; and Combat Stress, which has for past 95 years helped UK veterans and their families suffering from depression, anxiety and PTSD following departure from the armed services.
At Levi Strauss & Co., giving back is part of the company’s DNA. Powered by the pioneering spirit that goes all the way back to its founder, Levi Strauss, the Dockers® brand under the umbrella of Levi Strauss & Co. is always seeking ways in which it can make an impact. That’s one of the reasons the Dockers® brand was proud to support Flannels for Heroes last year, and why the brand chose to return as sponsors in 2015.
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