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South Surrey boutique to strike a pose for charity

Online boutique Betty Be Good will strike a pose for charity later this month, through the use of live mannequins at its temporary location at The Shops at Morgan Crossing.

Betty’s Pop Up Shop will open at The Shops from Dec. 15-24, across from Winners. Each day, from noon until 2 p.m., models will pose in an attempt to raise money for Deborah’s Gate, the Salvation Army’s safe house for sex-trafficking victims.

For each minute the models pose completely still, Betty’s Pop Up Shop will donate $1.

“It’s a fun challenge for the models and a great way to raise money for an important cause,” said Betty Be Good owner Suzanne Smith.

The Pop Up Shop will also donated five per cent of all purchases to Betty’s Liberty Closet, a fund created by Betty Be Good that clothes women fleeing sex slavery.

For more, visit www.bettybegood.ca

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