ATTENTION STYLISTS AND BARBERS!
Many of my colleagues are heading back to work!
Do you have a client who is on the front lines of this pandemic?
Let’s show our appreciation and give these hero’s Recognition with Style!!!
Treat your client to a special service, a gift card, products or work after hours. Your hero’s
schedule could be a bit crazy since they are working all hours of the night/day to keep us safe.
As their stylist/barber you can be a participant in several TASB drawings valued up to $500.
Drawing for stylists and barbers will close June 26th at 9:00 pm
Depending on the number of entrants will depend on
how many drawings will take place.
10 entrees or less — 1 $100 drawing
11- 20 entrees — 2 $100 drawings
21-30 entrees — 3 $100 drawings
31- 40 entrees — 4 $100 drawings
50 or more entrees — 5 $100 drawings
(Depending on your location)
Drawings include gift cards from salon centric as well as restaurant, entertainment, museum gift cards and much more. We will also be choosing a photo for for a story in our next upcoming issue of Recognition with Style Magazine.
How to enter:
Take a selfie of you and your hero at your place of business.
Tell us who you are. List your first and last names, shop name and what complimentary service you gave your client. Also where and what your hero is doing for your community during the pandemic. ( business, community service etc.)
It’s up to you to make sure we see your HERO!
Share your posts. Tag me or The Association of Stylists & Barbers in the photo.
We will post these photos of our HairOs on our website.
All entries on our website will be in our TASB drawing and announced
on Facebook Live, June 29 at 5:00 pm.
If you do not see your photo you entered on our site, FB message Elaine Lord.
Nelda Ayers Guthrie stylist and owner of Heads Up Hair Design and member of The Association of Stylist and Barbers giving front line worker Lieutenant Scott Hoke a fireman and EMT from Bartow County Fire and Emergency a free haircut and a gift certificate to Johnny’s New York Style Pizza. THE ASSOCIATION OF STYLIST AND BARBERS WOULD LIKE TO GIVE RECOGNITION TO OUR (FRONT-LINE WORKERS) WORKING EVERYDAY TO KEEP US AND OUR COUNTRY SAFE DURING THIS CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC.