Hair Cuttery – Get a Haircut so You can Share a Haircut, too!

Share a HaircutThis is a sponsored post. All monetary compensation will be donated to a veterans program and regardless of compensation, my opinions have not been influenced in any way.

We are one week away from Veteran’s Day and as you all know giving back to those who have given so much to us is incredibly important to me. That’s why when I heard the Hair Cuttery, the largest family owned and operated chain of hair salons in the USA wants to tell everyone about their Share-a-Haircut Campaign I had to help by telling all of my readers about it! With nearly 900 company-owned locations on the East Coast, in New England and throughout the Midwest Hair Cuttery is a full-service, value-priced salon offering a full range of services from cuts to styling, coloring, waxing and texturizing services. They also carry a full line of professional hair care products. Oh – and you don’t need an appointment!

So What is the Share-a-Haircut Campaign?

Now in its 15th year, Share-a-Haircut was created to give free haircuts to underprivileged community members, specifically children in need as they return to school. Hair Cuttery has reached more than 1,000,000 children and adults through their haircut certificate donations – meaning they’ve donated more than $13.5 million in haircuts! Since its inception, Hair Cuttery has expanded the program to touch people of all ages.

This Veterans Day…

For every adult haircut purchased on Tuesday, the 11th of November a free haircut certificate will be donated to a veteran in need, in communities local to Hair Cuttery. Each market is partnering with local veterans’ organizations to reach those in need.

Hair Cuttery hopes to reach 25,000 veterans this year so be sure to spread the word. You can find the salon closest to you by clicking here and be sure to keep up with Hair Cuttery on Facebook and Twitter. Come back and leave me a picture of your new ‘do, too!