Jos. A. Bank to Award More Than $100,000 to Prom Reps, High Schools Nationwide

Jos. A. Bank to Award More Than $100,000 to Prom Reps, High Schools Nationwide

Menswear Clothier Announces Partnership With

HAMPSTEAD, Md., Jan. 15, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, Inc.
(Nasdaq:JOSB), has pledged more than $100,000 in cash, prizes and free prom
gear to students and high schools nationwide through the Jos. A. Bank Prom Rep

High school students attending a prom this year can register online to be a
Jos. A. Bank Prom Rep (

Each Jos. A. Bank Prom Rep will receive a unique ID and coupons valid for $20
off a tuxedo rental for distribution to others. Each referral rental will
result in credits for the prom rep. The top four referral generators will win
cash for themselves and their schools. The prizes are

  *Grand Prize - $25,000 for the prom rep and $25,000 for the prom rep's
  *1^st Prize - $15,000 for the prom rep and $15,000 for the prom rep's
  *2^nd Prize - $10,000 for the prom rep and $10,000 for the prom rep's
  *3^rd Prize - $5,000 for the prom rep and $5,000 for their school

Students can track online the number of referrals for which they have received

In another project offering more value to prom goers this year, Jos. A. Bank
is partnering with PromGirl, the online retailer of special occasion dresses
for young women. Any registered Jos. A. Prom Rep can visit
and instantly win prizes including credits towards prom dresses.

"The Jos. A. Bank Prom Rep program reinforces our commitment to the youth and
schools in our communities," said Jerry DeBoer, senior vice president of
marketing at Jos. A. Bank. "Additionally, we understand that the cost of
attending a prom can be difficult for many families and we are excited to
offer students discounted rentals and to share discounts with their friends."

In addition to registering online, prom reps can visit any Jos. A. Bank store
nationwide to browse a collection of more than 40 tuxedo styles, 385 tie
styles and 175 vest styles. The prom rep program runs through June 30, 2014.
Official contest rules are posted at

About Jos. A. Bank

Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, Inc., established in 1905, is one of the nation's
leading designers, manufacturers and retailers of men's classically-styled
tailored and casual clothing, sportswear, footwear and accessories. The
Company sells its full product line through 628 stores in 44 states and the
District of Columbia, a nationwide catalog and an e-commerce website that can
be accessed at The Company is headquartered in Hampstead,
Md., and its common stock is listed on the NASDAQ under the symbol "JOSB."

About PromGirl was founded with the idea that customers should have easy access
to a large selection of top special occasion dress fashions throughout the
world. Their mission is to dress women and girls for every occasion in their
lives. Starting with teen events like bar/bat mitzvahs, sweet 16s, homecoming,
and of course PROM, the single-most important dress purchase in a teen's life.
After being there for her biggest challenges and offering a stress-free
positive shopping experience for the prom, PromGirl is there with dresses for
the rest of a girl's life for graduation, parties, work and formals. For their
customer, it's all about the dress, and the positive experience PromGirl

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