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Sharpie(R) Makes Its Mark at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week
Date:9/8/2009

personalized markers for many of the designers for their exclusive VIP use. The personalized markers feature the individual designers' logos imprinted on the marker barrels. Color selections include black, blue, green, pink, purple and magenta. Anyone can design their own personalized Sharpie markers by visiting www.mysharpie.com.

Three full-page ads touting the SHARPIE BAR will appear in The Daily Front Row and include details regarding a special appearance by Johnson where she will create a Sharpie sketch in honor of breast cancer awareness. Johnson, a breast cancer survivor, has long been active in breast cancer support efforts. Johnson's canvas will be donated to City of Hope, a leading research, treatment and education center for cancer and other life-threatening diseases, along with other breast cancer-inspired canvases created by a host of top-name designers. These items will be auctioned online at www.auctionsforhope.org during October, breast cancer awareness month. All proceeds will benefit City of Hope. Sharpie has a long-standing partnership with City of Hope with sales of its Sharpie Pink breast cancer markers benefiting the Los Angeles-based cancer research center.

Beginning September 15, fashionistas can visit www.sharpieuncapped.com to view some of the amazing Sharpie fashions and accessories, along with behind-the-scenes footage and an exclusive Betsey Johnson interview. Sharpie is inviting everyone to "Uncap What's Inside(TM)" by submitting their own Sharpie fashion creations to the site. More Sharpie fashion action will also be available by visiting Sharpie on Facebook, www.facebook.com/sharpie, You Tube, '/>"/>

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