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Stash Home to host 'Ladies Night Out' to help abused children

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During the event, customers can donate $15 to the center. If they donate, Stash will take 15 percent off their entire purchase. During the event, customers can donate $15 to the center. If they donate, Stash will take 15 percent off their entire purchase.
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MEMPHIS, TN -

(WMC) - Stash Home is hosting a "Ladies Night Out" to benefit Memphis Child Advocacy Center.

During the event, customers can donate $15 to the center. If they donate, Stash will take 15 percent off their entire purchase.

In addition to donations and discounts, there will be free appetizers, beverages, music, and mini massages.

Door prizes will also be awarded beginning at 7 p.m. Prizes range from things like a $500 Stash gift card, a mattress set, a Gould's spa package, and a $100 gift card to Restaurant Iris.

Proceeds from the "Ladies Night Out" will benefit Memphis Child Advocacy Center, which gives all abused children a safe place to go.

The event will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 8.

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