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“Banding Together” Spas/Salon Blood Drive

Web Editor | July 10, 2011 | 1:35 PM


Seven Cincinnati salons and spas recently developed the Greater Cincinnati "Banding Together" Spas/Salon Blood Drive with the University of Cincinnati's Hoxworth Blood Center. Through the collective efforts of MI Salon and Spa; Pure Concept Salon and Spa; Richard's Hair Skin and Nails; Sableux Salon and Spa; ME: A Cara D'Ambrosio Salon; Tanya's Image and Wellness Salon; and Tuscany Spa/Salon, they were able to collect more than 110 pints of blood-helping more than 330 people in the metropolitan area. The weeklong event received support of Miss Ohio USA 2008 and the Cincinnati Ben-Gals cheerleaders.

“Banding Together” Spas/Salon Blood Drive

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