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2/23/09

Susan G. Komen for the Cure 2009 Cuts for the Cure

The Lubbock Area Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure will be launching its Second Annual Cuts for the Cure fundraising event on February 23rd and 24th. This is an exciting and convenient way to help raise money and show your support.

Cuts for the Cure is a one day only event were select salons/stylist work with Susan G. Komen for the Cure to raise money to find a cure for breast cancer. The participating salons/stylist will donate 100% of their proceeds from that day to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

The best part about this event is that it's so simple. Spring is just around the corner and many of us could use a new hairstyle. Simply choose a participating salon listed below, and then make an appointment to get your hair cut.

For clients who are not able to participate on February 23rd, there is still a chance to get involved. These same select salons will have a pink tip jar during the entire month of February for donations. For each dollar donated clients will be able to sign a pink ribbon donation card that will be on display in the salon for the entire month.

Please contact one of the following salons to schedule your haircut on:

Monday, February 23:

  • Allure 771-9163
  • Andropolis 747-8811
  • Artisticuts 797-4100
  • Casa Capelli 722-2585
  • Cathy's Clippers 745-9286
  • Davidson-Taylor 792-2887
  • Designer Group 792-9961
  • Salon Sculpt 368-8004
  • Terra Bella 722-3552

Tuesday, February 24:

  • Cutting Crew 698-2739
  • Salon Meli 793-6354

Tip Jar Donations can also be made at:

Aalon Salon, Adair's Spa, Always Day Spa Apollo Salon, Avalon Spa, Cutting Edge, Hair by Diane, Lindsey's Medical Spa, Panache, and Touch of Class

Thank you for supporting your Lubbock Area Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

Mailing Address:

Susan G. Komen for the Cure- Lubbock Area Affiliate
5121 69th Drive. Suite A-10A
Lubbock, TX 79424

Contact Name: Ashley Hamm

Telephone Number: (806) 698-1900

Source: Susan G. Komen for the Cure

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