are postponed due to COVID 19 PANDEMIC till further notice.
A magical night is waiting for you. Fall in Love all over again. Enjoy the tunes of laughter, fun and romance during our Hair-Raising Event. Bring your good luck charm and take a chance with many prize giveaways throughout your “Date Night”.
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VIP Seats Donation
$35 Donation single ticket
$55 donation for couples tickets.
TASB Volunteers invites you to grab a Can of Change and take a walk around the park. Stylists and barbers are creating awareness for our Anti-Bullying Campaign.
TASB Walk for Change
Sunday, July 21, 2020 10:00 a.m, Open to the public!
You CAN CHANGE a Bully for the BETTER?
Team up with stylists and barbers and take the TASB pledge to stop bullying now. I “CAN CHANGE” for the better! Walk a lap (1 mile)around Swift Cantrell Park with a choice of a fun side trail– a Splash of Noodles, Bubbles, Hoola Hoops and more.
TASB Volunteers will provide bullying prevention resources and strategies. To fit our theme “You Can Change for the Better,” registration is one can – any type of can – of loose change. Join the competition and create an anti Bullying slogan on a poster. Prize giveaways to winners!
Our TASB Hair-Raising Battle, Round 3.
Sunday, July, 21, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. Open to the public.
Mirella’s Hair Salon,
2726 Summer St. Kennesaw, Georgia, 30144
Check out amazing talent as stylists, barbers and students compete. It’s not just a hair battle but a battle for knowledge, motivation and success. We will show you how to “Be the Change”!!! Amazing speakers will tell how to get a grip on Bullying, Low Self Esteem and Suicide. This event takes place after the Walk for Change.
TASB is a charitable organization (501c3). All proceeds will help promote our TASB Cut-A-Thon for Autism.
Open to the public, Bring your Can of Change and take the pledge.
Early competitor discount ends July 20, at the door $35
Creative Design Cut
Thank you for helping us make our Hair-Raising event a success!
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WHO: An elite group of Stylists and Barbers, across the states are giving their community their professional talent and valuable time to a cause important to them, Autism.
WHAT: It’s simple, Create Autism Awareness in many ways, here’s a few ideas: Businesses in your community are always anxious to join you to create awareness. Enjoy silent auction items. Raffle products/services or TASB will provide our favorite lottery tree . Volunteers looking to build up their clientele can promote discounted services or donate 50% of your funds raised. Give several or just one hair cut to the cause. Keep it simple or jazz it up and have a lot of FUN!
WHEN: The weekend before the Labor Day Holiday is our Opening Celebration. For 6 weeks, choose date(s) that work for you. Contact TASB for your dates, 770-355-4934. TASB materials, media coverage, etc. are dedicated to these dates. We end our celebration with Closing Celebrations.
WHERE: Become a Host at your salon or barbershop and represent your community. Hotel lobbies, schools, shopping malls, parks etc. are options too. First time volunteers can get their feet wet and join a host. Come together with neighboring salons/barbershops and make it a unique event in your area.
WHY: To date TASB volunteers have raised $80,000 for Autism. It is an opportunity to promote your salon/barbershop, give clientele appreciation while creating awareness for autism. Create a buzz in your community. Check out our magazine, Recognition with Style, and see why your colleagues celebrate our TASB Cut-a-Thon.
Register here for a successful event. Receive a welcome packet with your promotional items and also forms for auction/raffle items. Print materials from our Gallery here. Share your event (beginning to end) on our official TASB Cut-a-thon site.
IT’S GONNA BE AWESOME!!!
TASB Volunteers have put together several videos throughout our years of connecting with each other and having fun while at the same time giving back to our communities!
Recognition with Style Magazine has kept our readers up to date since 2009. Enjoy each issue to see how strong TASB Volunteers have grown
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