THIS MONTH, SHOP FOR HIM, AT A STORE JUST FOR MEN.

Ken’s Man Shop in the Preston-Royal shopping center, owned by Lake Highlands resident Ken Helfman, has partnered with fashion designer Nat Nast and the Wounded Warrior Project to design an exclusive line of WWP men’s button-up silk shirts. Ken’s Man Shop donates 15 percent of every shirt sale to the WWP, which benefits service men and women wounded in battle. Helfman’s son and business partner Kory Helfman, who spearheaded the partnership, explains that many Ken’s Man Shop customers have served in the military. He says he and his father feel strongly about supporting this organization. “There have been more than 40,000 wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan alone,” he says, “and 300,000 will suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress and Traumatic Brain Injury. That is why this is so important.” The Wounded Warrior Project shirts are about $165-$185 and can be purchased at kensmansshop.com or in the store at 6025 Royal, while they last. Please call store at 214.369.5367 to check availability. Visit woundedwarriorproject.org to learn more about the Wounded Warrior Project and Natnast.com for more info about the shirt designer.

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