The Celebrity Male Fashion Show raises over $75,000 for charity

London, ON, Canada / 106.9 The X

Local doctors, firefighters, and businessmen got show off their best dance moves on the catwalk at the Celebrity Male Fashion show to help raise money for the Kidney Foundation of Canada.

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This year’s runway stars include FM 96’s own Jim Kelly, transplant surgeon Alp Sener, physiotherapist Brian Gastaldi, attorney Jeff Bell, Domino’s Pizza CEO Michael Schlater, builder and developer Doug Wastell, Green With Envy owner Brian Deveau, orthopedic surgeon Chris Bailey, firefighter Shane Edwards,nephrologist Lakshman Gunaratnam, pilot James Ralph, and Domino’s Pizza Canada President Michael Curran.

They rocked clothing from London’s own David E. White in both solo and group walks where they got to show off their personalities and entertain the crowd of family and friends who came to support.

At intermission there was a live auction of great prizes including a tropical trip, sporting packages, jerseys, and one of Don Cherry’s custom suits. His daughter, Cindy Cherry, came to the show and shared the story of how she donated her kidney to her brother.

By the end of the night the total amount of money raised was $75, 960.

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