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Edward Tunick continues scholarship tradition

Published 6:45 pm, Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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For the 20th year, Edward Tunick, Men's Clothier, in the Noroton Heights Shopping Center in Darien, will donate a portion of prom tuxedo rental sales to a Darien High School scholarship fund.

To date, Tunick has donated more than $17,000 from prom tuxedo rentals to various scholarship funds associated with Darien High School, according to a release from the retailer.

In 2008, Tunick established the Edward Tunick Business Scholarship through DHS. The seventh annual Edward Tunick Business Scholarship will be awarded in late May to a graduating senior based on financial need, after-school work involvement that demonstrates good work ethics and community service, and plans to pursue a career in business. The scholarship is designed to help students with their first year's expenses at college.

Edward Tunick, Men's Clothier, rents and sells a complete line of tuxedoes and formal accessories for proms, weddings and other special occasions. Edward Tunick, a full-service men's specialty store, also sells a selection of women's accessory items. The business was established in 1976.

For information, call 203-655-1688 or visit www.edwardtunick.com.