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Group of local ladies honored as Gus Mayer "City Shapers"

05 Apr 2016

Gus Mayer has selected five empowering influential women of Birmingham to highlight for their achievements, success and overall style. As Gus Mayer City Shapers the ladies represent positive momentum, involvement, drive and an overall impact on the growth of Birmingham. 

The group will be honored at the "Spring into Style Event" on April 7th from 4--7pm (and that day customers will receive a 10 percent discount all day).  Also, the City Shaper with the most sales from their guests throughout the entire day will receive a $1,000 donation to their designated charity.

 

Honorees include:

Lynlee Hughes

Charity: Railroad Park Foundation

Hometown: Forest Park

Profession: Realtor at H2 Real Estate

 

Catherine Long

Charity: Birmingham Children’s Theatre

Hometown: Mountain Brook

Profession: Shareholder at Baker Donelson

 

Handley McCrory

Charity: Mitchell’s Place

Hometown: Mountain Brook

Profession: Owner & Executive Planner at Handley Breaux Designs

 

Sandy Naramore

Charity: Mitchell’s Place

Hometown: Mountain Brook

Profession: Executive Director at Mitchell’s Place

 

Chay Watkins

Charity: Junior League of Birmingham

Hometown: Greystone

Profession: Insurance Agent at State Farm

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