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Vito Mazza Salon & Spa Raises $17,500 for Hurricane Sandy Victims

Lauren Salapatek | March 27, 2013 | 12:56 PM

Vito Mazza Salon & Spa recently hosted a holiday “Season of Giving” fundraiser to give back to the local communities affected by Hurricane Sandy. The December calendar of events included donating 10% of all gift card and retail purchases, a cut-a-thon, toy drive, coat and food drive.

Owner, Vito Mazza Jr. noted “December was a very busy and rewarding month for the entire Vito Mazza family. We donated our time and talents to help raise $17,500 for Sandy victims. Our generous staff and clientele were part of the most successful month of fundraising in our 46 year history.”

Vito Mazza Salon & Spa is also affiliated with Matrix Professional’s “Chairs of Change”, a movement that celebrates hair stylists' unique ability to change lives. “Every day in our salon and spa we have the opportunity to make a change in another person’s life.  I’m extremely proud of the personal sacrifices our team makes to “give back” to those in need and am honored to be captain of this ship. The Chairs of Change movement has inspired Vito Mazza Salon & Spa personally and professionally. We look forward to creating positive change in the beauty industry for years to come” says Mazza.

Vito Mazza Salon & Spa Raises $17,500 for Hurricane Sandy VictimsAll donations were disbursed to the following: Woodbridge High School Sandy Relief Fund, “We Feed” Woodbridge, Stand for Children, Catholic Charities, Trinitas Hospital, Highlands, Middletown and Union Beach Disaster Relief Fund. Gift cards, food, supplies, and coats were donated to clients of Vito Mazza Salon & Spa, Union Beach Fire House, OLPH and families of Henry Hudson school in the Highlands.

Vito Mazza Salon and Spa has been a beauty industry leader in Woodbridge, NJ for 46 years. Family owned and operated the salon currently employs over 75 team members who specialize in Thinning Hair Solutions, innovative salon services, spa treatments, advanced nail care, and hair removal. Accordign to the salon, education and personal growth are at the heart of their company's core values along with the philosophy of advancement as the key to continued success.

For more information about Vito Mazza Salon & Spa, visit www.vitomazza.com

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