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The Outer Banks Hospital Sponsors Couture by the Shore 2019

Couture by the Shore fashion show and silent auction has raised over $550,000 for the Outer Banks Relief Foundation since its debut in 2010. The Outer Banks Hospital will help make this year’s May 11 event another fundraising success by returning as a Prada Sponsor.

“The Outer Banks Hospital is proud to participate in this annual luncheon and show, which is a fun way to raise awareness and resources for the mission of the Relief Foundation,” says Ronnie Sloan, president of The Outer Banks Hospital.

The Outer Banks Relief Foundation provides financial assistance to individuals and families who struggle due to illness or other personal tragedy. During the past 13 years, the foundation has provided $1.75 million to 861 locals during medical and personal crises – for instance, during cancer treatments, after recovery from stroke, or while awaiting organ transplant.

Tickets are available from the ten retailers who will dress the runway models in this season’s best fashions: Birthday Suits, Foxy Flamingo Boutique, Grays Sportswear, Honey & Hive Boutique, Life’s A Beach, Mudpie, Outer Banks Boarding Company, The French Door, Untucked and Zen & Zip.

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