Give a can, get a cut, manicure or pedicure during the month of November
Nashville, Tenn. – (November 8, 2010) – Remington College-Nashville Campus is offering complimentary salon services – either a hair cut, manicure or pedicure – to people who bring in a can of food during the month of November.
The food collected will be given to a local food bank.
“There are so many families struggling to make ends meet in our community,” said Larry Collins, Remington College-Nashville Campus President. “We want to help as many families as we can during the holidays and are offering some of our salon services in return for any canned food donation.”
Students in the Remington College-Nashville Campus cosmetology school will provide the salon services with supervision from their instructors.
Appointments can be made by calling The Student Salon at Remington College at 615-493-9390. Walk-ins are also welcome. The school is open Tuesday-Saturday from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm.
The Remington College Cosmetology Program teaches students the art of hair, skin and nail care through traditional classroom instruction and hands-on training. Students have the opportunity to work with real clients in a salon-like setting.
The Student Salon at Remington College is located at 441 Donelson Pike, Suite 150 in Nashville.
About Remington College: Remington College is a common name used by all 20 campuses of a group of affiliated companies of privately-owned, post-secondary educational institutions based in Heathrow, Florida. Through its campuses, Remington College offers diplomas, bachelor’s and associate’s degrees in a variety of fields, including: cosmetology; nursing; healthcare; criminal justice; business; electronics; information technology; and more. Course offerings vary by campus. Remington College and its predecessor companies have been part of the higher education community since 1985. For more information, please visit http://www.remingtoncollege.edu/. For the latest news about Remington College, visit http://today.remingtoncollege.edu/.
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