by Stephen Garner

In recognition of Veterans Day, Men’s Wearhouse will donate a portion of every suit sold, up to $100,000, to Hire Heroes USA—a nonprofit organization that supports military members, Veterans, and their spouses as they transition from military to civilian life.

In conjunction with Hire Heroes USA, Men’s Wearhouse builds on its tradition of helping customers look and feel great in the moments that matter by being a resource for U.S. Veterans as they prepare to enter the civilian workforce and begin their next chapter. To date, Men’s Wearhouse has donated more than $2 million to Hire Heroes USA to assist in their mission to transform military service into civilian success through their free, best-in-class career counseling programs, personalized training and mentoring, and job fairs. These donations have helped place more than 36,000 veterans and their spouses into secure employment.

“Men’s Wearhouse is dedicated to showing up strong for our customers during all of life’s important moments—whether it’s the first day at a new job or an everyday occasion,” said John Tighe, chief customer officer for Tailored Brands, the parent company of Men’s Wearhouse. “Our ongoing partnership with Hire Heroes enables us to reinforce that commitment to service and, most importantly, honor and help those who have served the U.S. at a pivotal time in their lives.”

“Throughout our longstanding partnership, Men’s Wearhouse has been a tremendous advocate and partner,” added Ross Dickman, chief operating officer for Hire Heroes USA. “The company’s commitment to serving the military community is steadfast, and they continually provide outstanding resources and support to ensure Veterans and their families have the best career opportunities after service.”

Customers, by shopping for a suit at any Men’s Wearhouse location or online at from November 11-30, have the opportunity to assist those who have served their country.