September 29, 2015

Bright Pink – MSU

Understanding the basics of breast and ovarian cancer is one of the most take-charge things you can do for yourself. No matter your age, putting Awareness in Action™ can make a powerful difference in both your own health and the health of the women you care about. Love the girls of ZTA Soroity at MSU!

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September 28, 2015

Bright Pink – Cutting Loose Salon – Sarasota, FL

  We were excited to have Bright Pink Seminar in our Salon. We appreciate Brianna and Tina for being so informative and helping us have a better understanding on some crucial information. We were so moved by the seminar that our Proteges have asked to get involved and partner with Bright Pink and help with fundraising and sharing awareness. Thank you for bringing this wonderful information …

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September 20, 2015

Be A Thermostat

The other day, Joel Osteen shared one of the best messages I’ve ever heard. He said a thermometer is influenced by the temperature in the room, but a thermostat influences the temperature.  That really resonated with a situation we’re having at one of my businesses: gossip, that insidious, invisible poison that can literally destroy people. It’s easy to go with the flow, …

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May 28, 2015

Paul Mitchell Schools Raise $1.7M for Charity

(BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. – May 5, 2015) The results are in! After three months of cut-a-thons, fashion shows, princess parties, and thousands of other “FUNraising” events, the 14,000 Future Professionals and staff members from 110 Paul Mitchell cosmetology schools raised $1.7 million in their 2015 FUNraising campaign. Proceeds will benefit 11 major nonprofits and several smaller charities chosen by Paul …

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April 30, 2015

Celebrate and Sparkle 2015

The second annual Celebrate and Sparkle event 2015 went amazing. This year we raised money for the National Non-Profit Dress for Success Shelly Aristizbal, author and speaker, hosted the event at Paul Mitchell the School Fort Myers. Shelly started the night about by reminding us “When you celebrate yourself you sparkle!” Followed by Barbara Melvin, president of Dress for …

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