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Milwaukee Salons to Show Support for Domestic Violence Victims

Anne Moratto | November 1, 2012 | 8:30 AM

Milwaukee Salons to Show Support for Domestic Violence VictimsAs a show of support and to raise money for victims in the aftermath of the deadly shooting at Azana Salon, more than 80 Milwaukee area salons and spas plan to come together on November 13, 2012 to raise awareness about the potential tragedies that can stem from domestic violence, which was a key factor in the Azana shooting and other recent salon shootings in Clearwater, Florida, and Seal Beach, California.

Supported by the PBA Foundation's CUT IT OUT program, salons and spas are asked to sign-up to receive complimentary CUT IT OUT materials and donate between 5 percent to 25 percent of sales on November 13th, as well as wear a purple ribbon as a show of support. Other businesses that would like to participate are encouraged to donate a percentage of their sales as well.

"The tremendous support of Milwaukee area salons and spas for this grassroots effort has been amazing. We encourage people to visit a participating salon or spa on November 13 to support the victims of this tragic incident and send a message that domestic violence is not tolerated," states Jan Seybold, Owner of Carenza Color.Cutting.Experience and one of several organizers.

For additional information and to reach area organizers, contact Jan Seybold of Carenza Color. Cutting.Experience at 262-827-1000 or [email protected]; Dawn Panfil, Owner of Hair and Body Solutions at 262-780-2900 or [email protected]; or Mary Beth Berns, Owner of Craig Berns Salon Spa at 262-646-7406 or [email protected]

Milwaukee Salons to Show Support for Domestic Violence Victims"My salon is  two miles down the road from Azana, and we know people who work there," says Holly Bilicki of Colour Tube. "As beauty professionals, we hear stories all day long as we work our magic and lend a listening ear. Yet, on some level, we think of them as stories, not true events. So perhaps it doesn't always have the same impact on our emotions. On Sunday, October 21st, 2012, it was our story. It did effect us. While we can't change the horrific events of that day, we can do something about it. We can come together as a beauty profession and help support the hurting families who are left behind. We are all in this together, it could have happened to anyone."

Milwaukee Salons to Show Support for Domestic Violence Victims


List as of October 29, 2012:

About Face - Mequon

Agami Salon - Milwaukee

Anaala Salon & Spa - Madison

Antons - Delafield

Art of Hair - Brookield

Au Fait Hair - Madison

Beauty and Cutting Group Salons - Milwaukee

Bella Salon - Greenfield

Capricio Salon and Spa - Milwaukee

Carenza Color.Cutting.Experience - Brookfield

Clean Slate - Brookfield

Craig Berns Salon Spa- Delafield

Erik of Norway - Mequon and Milwaukee

GAIA Micro Spa - Franklin

Imagine Salon - Brookfield

Impressions - Mequon

Jasmine Salon and Spa - Lake Geneva

JZ Design - Brookfield

Kirsten Salon - Hartland

Neroli Salon and Spa - Brookfield & Milwaukee

Off Broadway - Brookfield

Pink Lemonade - Menomonee Falls

Polished Nail Boutique - Elm Grove

Roots Salons - Brookfield, Greendale, Milwaukee

Salon Image - Brookfield

Salon Orlin - Brookfield

Salon Professional Academy - Kenosha

Shear Elegance Salon - Lake Geneva

Signature Nails - Menomonee Falls

Skincare by Sara - Brookfield

Strawberry Fields - Brookfield

Studio 890 Salons - Brookfield and Elm Grove

Studio 924 - Madison

Super Cuts - Brookfield, Beaver Dam

Texture Salon - Fond Du Lac

The Color Tube - Brookfield

Tony & Friends Salon

Urzula's Salon - Brookfield

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