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Prive Holds a Cut-a-Thon for Hurricane Sandy Relief

Maggie Mulhern | November 9, 2012 | 3:11 PM
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It doesn't surprise anyone that the salon industry has been pitching in since day one to help victims of Hurricane Sandy. Prive Salon, nestled in the heart of the SOHO area of New York City, had its own issues with power and electric (lost all for one full week!) in the aftermath of the devastating storm. However, instead of whining, Prive and team have decided to turn their now up and running facility into the perfect place to hold a Cut-A-Thon. On Sunday, November 18, owner Laurent Dufourg is inviting anyone interested to come in for a $50 haircut with all proceeds going directly to the American Red Cross. Where do you come in? All licensed hairdesigners are invited to come help out as well as spread the word.

Here are the details:

November 18, 10 am to 9 pm

Prive Salon

310 West Broadway

For more information, please contact Martine: 212-274-8888

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