Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for Hair Cuttery. All opinions and experiences are my own.
Haircuts aren’t a choice in the military, they are a must. Visit any barbershop near or on a military base and you will see tons of service members waiting to get those high and tight’s. I have spent many afternoons with my husband as he waited to get his head shaved and at one time cut.
Many retailers and brands are celebrating our troops with various discounts and promotions. However it’s so great to give back to those who serve and Hair Cuttery is doing just that for those who want to show their thanks and support for our Veterans. If you are looking for a way to help Veteran’s and can use a haircut of your own then you may want to drop into a Hair Cuttery salon on tomorrow November 11th. Hair Cuttery a large family owned chain of hair salons around the country is offering a great initiative for military tomorrow via its Share-A-Cut program, for customers who drop in for a haircut.
How You Can Help
Through the Share-A-Haircut program for every haircut purchased tomorrow, Hair Cuttery will donate a free haircut to a Veteran in need. Haircut donation certificates will be distributed via local Veteran’s organizations. The Share-A-Haircut in the past has included helping the homeless and underprivileged children who were heading back to school.
Hair Cuttery locations are full service salons that provide cutting, styling and a host of other services without the hassle of having to schedule an appointment.
To find your nearest Hair Cuttery and help a Veteran visit: http://haircuttery.com/locations/
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