DECA Classroom & Member Opportunities from Men’s Wearhouse

Men's Wearhouse

Since we have reached the half-way point of the school year, we wanted to update you on Men’s Wearhouse’s new programs for Prom 2018 that give back to students.

We still have some available opportunities for our free seminar to help your students succeed in their future careers. Our seminar, “How to Dress for Success, Branding Yourself for a Job Interview,” provides students with key strategies on researching potential employers, resume writing, social media networking and what it means to dress “professionally.”

We offer our seminar in two formats. Based on availability, we can send a local representative to your classroom to conduct the seminar in-person, or we can send you a simple do-it-yourself kit that you can use whenever you like.

Email if you’d like a representative to visit your chapter to conduct our How to Dress for Success seminar or receive a Do-It-Yourself Presentation Kit.

Please specify IN PERSON or DO-IT-YOURSELF seminar and include your name, school name, school address and the number of students in your group, as well as any specific dates that you may have in mind, in your email. One of our representatives will be in touch shortly to schedule the event.

We’d also like to invite your students to participate in our Prom Rep Program. Students who sign up to be a Prom Rep can earn a free tux or suit rental or a $400 shopping spree when five of their friends rent prom tuxes or suits from us. Their friends also save on their own rentals. It’s a win-win!

Students can sign up online or in our store. To find your nearest Men’s Wearhouse location, click here.

Visit to stay updated on what we can do for your school. If you have any questions, please email or call 1.800.597.8897.

We’d like to remind students who live a bit far from our stores to check out our new online experience. Visit to check out our latest styles.

We look forward to working with you in the coming months and helping your students make the most of their future career opportunities.

For additional information, please contact

This article was written by DECA National Advisory Board partner, Men’s Wearhouse. You can learn more about Men’s Wearhouse here and follow Men’s Wearhouse on Twitter @menswearhouse.

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