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Vito Mazza Benefit Fashion Show

Erin Edwards | July 10, 2011 | 5:26 PM

Vito Mazza Benefit Fashion ShowVito Mazza Salon & Spa of Woodbridge, N.J. partnered with YMCA’s in Woodbridge, Edison, Metuchen, and South Amboy to raise over $3,000 for the LIVESTRONG at the YMCA program.

Vito Mazza hosted the Be Inspired Be Beautiful Benefit Fashion Show on Sunday, April 10. The proceeds were presented to benefit the LIVESTRONG program at the YMCA, which helps cancer patients and survivors in their quest to a healthier wellbeing.

The event showcased the talents and creativity of the salon’s 83 employees displaying the latest trends in fashion, hair color, make-up, skincare, and Thinning Hair Solutions. There were also inspiring makeovers of some very deserving community members, one of which was part of the LIVESTRONG group. Over 400 people attended the event and it was an enormous success.

Vito Mazza Salon & Spa has been a family owned and operated business on Main Street, Woodbridge for over 43 years. Part of the company’s mission statement is to provide “outstanding client service, always” and to give back to the community.

“This event was one of the most inspirational moments of my career,” says Mazza. “The excitement in our staff to produce this show is a benefit to our company, in addition to helping others and being inspired by their strength. It was a life-changing experience.”


For more information on LIVESTRONG, founded and inspired by Lance Armstrong, please visit

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