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Get Nailed 24/7 Shoe and Jacket Drive for Safe Nest
Published on Fri, Dec 14, 2012 (11:59 a.m.)Get Nailed 24/7 is holding a Shoe and Jacket Drive to benefit the children residing with their mothers at the Safe Nest Shelter. Every donor who brings in a new pair of shoes or jacket with tags attached will receive a $25 gift certificate to Get Nailed 24/7 salon. Get Nailed is also collecting donations to purchase coats and shoes at the salon or via pay pal. Cash donations of $10 or more will also receive a $25 gift certificate. Anyone bringing lightly-used jackets or shoes will receive a $10 gift certificate.
“Safe Nest is a cause very near and dear to my heart. All of us at Get Nailed 24/7 salon are very passionate about doing whatever we can to raise awareness about domestic violence and help victims of domestic violence .,” said Get Nailed 24/7 owner Beth Madden.
Get Nailed 24/7 is Las Vegas’ first 24 hour nail salon dedicated to providing services to the thousands of locals who work second and third shifts.
Established in 1977, Safe Nest is Nevada’s largest and most comprehensive non-profit agency devoted solely to domestic violence issues. Serving over 50,000 persons annually, Safe Nest programs include shelter, counseling, advocacy, and prevention education.
“We are thrilled for the support of Get Nailed 24/7 Salon in helping us provide shoes and jackets for the children in our shelter,” said Lisa Lynn Chapman, Safe Nest’s public information specialist. “It is only with the support of community-minded companies like Get Nailed that we can provide the extensive services we do at Safe Nest.”
For more information about Safe Nest, please call 702-877-0133, or visit www.safenest.org.
For more information about Get Nailed 24/7 salon, please call 702-221-8000.
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