Cartersville,GA – Hairstylists from The Association of Stylists and Barbers (TASB) will be offering deep-discounted prices for cuts and styles this weekend, with their 4th Annual TASB Cut-A-Thon for Autism to raise money for autism. All proceeds will go Autism Speaks and other autism organizations.
The event will have stylists and barbers working together in order to create autism awareness.
Founder of TASB and publisher of Recognition with Style magazine, Elaine Lord told The Daily Tribune News,
“We’ve got stylists that have been in the business forever [and] they don’t need anymore clients. Then we have stylists that are just brand new and they’re needing to build up [clients] so they can give half-price off and try to get clients to come to them. So we’re [catering] to both situations.”
Last year $7,500 was raised.
Participating states include Georgia, Alabama, Florida,Kansas, Indiana, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina,Pennsylvania and South Carolina. Residents of Georgia
More information about the 4th Annual TASB Cut-A-Thon for Autism 2014 can be found on their website
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