Hair Cuttery, a family-owned and operated chain of hair salons, celebrates the grand opening of five new salons.
- Myles Standish Plaza in Plymouth, MA
- Magothy Gateway in Severna Park, MD
- Little Creek Marketplace in Norfolk, VA
- Pulaski Promenade in Chicago, IL
- Bloomingdale Square in Brandon, FL
So far in 2017, the chain has opened 11 new salons and has plans to open over a dozen more before the end of the year.
"As we continue to grow our salons across the country, we are looking forward to a busy May and opening five new locations. We are thrilled to provide jobs and services to people in these regions,’ said Dennis Ratner, founder and CEO of Hair Cuttery. ‘We strive to bring value and style to the entire family through our services and products, while serving as a community partner and supporting local charities and causes that impact our neighbors."
Hair Cuttery has an established legacy of charitable support. For the past 18 years, it has sponsored Share-A-Haircut, a salon-wide charitable campaign aimed at giving free haircuts to those in need. Through partnerships with local social service agencies, Hair Cuttery has donated more than 2 million free hair cut certificates since 1999.
Hair Cuttery salons also support local and national causes, including Breast Cancer Research Foundation, American Red Cross, National Network to End Domestic Violence, OneOrlando, American Cancer Society and Girls on the Run.
For employment opportunities, visit www.haircuttery.com/careers.
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Originally posted on Modern Salon