Confessions of a Shopaholic…

…was a terrible movie.  Yes, I’ll admit that I watched it but that doesn’t change the fact of how bad it was.  It may be because I am not a shopaholic and don’t understand what they go through so I may have missed half the jokes.  I am also not one to confess to anything, but that is a whole different story.

Whether you are a shopper or not, you should enjoy knowing that a couple of Cleveland Indians players decided to get in touch with their inner fashionista and participate in the annual Shop With A Pro event that we put on.  Some of the players had a little (okay, a lot) of help from their wives, while the others mixed and matched styles up on their own.  Joe Smith, Tony Sipp, Vinnie Pestano flew solo and Justin Masterson, Chad Durbin and Matt LaPorta made it more of a family affair.

Matt LaPorta helps bag at Shop with a Pro. Photo courtesy of Dan Mendlik

The event took place at Macy’s over at Great Northern Mall in North Olmsted.  Macy’s provided 30 kids from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Cleveland with $100 gift cards so that they could buy back to school clothes.  Levi’s also provided gift bags filled with school supplies for each kid.  Thanks to all the players and their wives, Macy’s, and Levi’s for all the help in putting this great event together and making a positive impact on our community!

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