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Massage School partners with Toys for Tots

Published on Wed, Nov 28, 2012 (9:23 a.m.)

LAS VEGAS – European Massage Therapy School (EMTS) announced today it has become an official drop off site for the Toys for Tots Foundation. This is the first year the school has partnered with Toys for Tots. To celebrate the toy drive kick off, EMTS launches a holiday special for their student clinic massages. Now through December 19, receive $5.00 off your massage every time you bring in a new, unwrapped toy for donation.
There are more than 16 million children living in poverty in the United States. According to 8 News NOW, over 50,000 toys are needed in order to reach every needy child in Southern Nevada. “The Toys for Tots campaign will require a collective commitment. With the support of our students, staff, valued clients, and community friends surrounding Village Square we will do our part in ensuring that these children wake up on Christmas morning to find gifts under the Christmas tree” John Teng, EMTS School Director.
“Our massage school is excited and determined to play a big part in spreading holiday cheer. We will be accepting new, unwrapped toy donations 7 days a week!” says Dana Marie Telfer, Clinic Supervisor. Donation boxes are located on campus at 9440 W. Sahara #250, Las Vegas, NV 89117. Hours of operation are: Monday-Thursday 9am-9pm, Friday & Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 10am-4pm (by appointments only). The last day to donate is December 19. For questions or to schedule massage appointments please call (702) 202-2455.
European Massage Therapy School has day and evening class options to fit busy schedules, students can complete the program in as quickly as 8 months. The nationally accredited program prepares students for employment in the profession of massage therapy. European Massage Therapy School extends its service to the public through a student massage clinic. Recognized as a local favorite, it is an affordable way to experience the benefits of massage therapy. Under the supervision of licensed and experienced massage therapists, a student who has completed the required course work will give you a relaxing or therapeutic massage for 30 to 100 minutes. European Massage Therapy School is currently accepting application for enrollment into new classes for 2013. Call 462-5064 to schedule an appointment with a career advisor or apply on-line: www.school-for-massage.com.

PHOTO:
US Marines in uniform, EMTS Students, and Toys for Tots Donation Box

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