PRIMPING FOR PAALS 2016
The big drawing is coming up on December 15th….
Please join us for Gore Salon’s 8th Annual Fundraiser for PAALS
Every year, Gore Salon enjoys hosting the Primping for PAALS cut-a-thon to raise money for a cause that is very near and dear to us. If you’re not familiar with our annual Primping for PAALS event at the salon, read about last year’s event where we enjoyed an afternoon of haircuts, face painting and held an auction to support these special service animals.
This year, we are changing things up a bit!
We will raise funds for PAALS, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, by selling raffle tickets. Tickets will be $10 each or 3 tickets for $25. All proceeds go to support PAALS. All tickets will be entered into a drawing, and will be select a grand prize winner!
An all inclusive Caribbean Getaway for 2, valued at up to $2,500
a Resort Ready Makeover at Gore Salon, valued at $250
The Raffle Details
Purchase a raffle ticket for a chance to win the raffle prize. All tickets will be entered into the drawing on December 15th. Tickets can be purchased at Gore Salon from now until the date of the drawing!
One lucky winner will receive a 6 days, 5 nights trip for 2 getaway at DREAMS PUNTA CANA RESORT and SPA in the Dominican Republic. Accommodations will be booked through Grand Getaway Travel Agency. Airfare is not included and is all transportation is the responsibility of the winner. No blackout dates.
The winner will also receive a Resort Ready MakeOver at Gore Salon, which will include a new hair color and cut, brow shaping, and a getaway hair kit of products for your trip! A $250 value!
More information about PAALS Organization, Palmetto Animal Assisted Life Services
Gore Salon is passionate about giving back to their local community and every year they help raise funds to support causes like Locks of Love, the Muscular Dystrophy Association and PAALS, Palmetto Animal Assisted Life Services. By supporting the wonderful mission of PAALS, Gore Salon is helping to raise money to offset the cost of food and medicine for dogs in training. PAALS dogs become service dogs, and help people with disabilities live more independent and enriched lives. It can take about two years to develop a puppy into a fully trained service dog, during which time they learn various skills; turn lights on and off, tug open doors, pick up dropped items and alert for help to assist individuals in wheelchairs. Other dogs are trained to assist children with autism and soldiers with PTSD. PAALS dogs are primarily placed in and around South Carolina.