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October 16, 2018

Great Clips Veterans Day Promotion

For the sixth consecutive year, Great Clips salons across the nation — including those in Hawaii Kai, Kailua, Kapolei, Moanalua and Pearl City — are showing appreciation for veterans and giving all Great Clips customers a way to thank those who've served or are serving in the U.S. military.

On Nov. 11, all non-veteran customers who get a service at Hawaii’s Great Clips salons get a free haircut card they can give to a veteran as a thank you. Limit one card per customer, while supplies last. Veterans and active service members get either a free haircut or a free haircut card to use later. The cards can be redeemed for a free haircut from Nov. 12 to Dec. 31, 2018 at any U.S. Great Clips salon with proof of military service.

In Hawaii, Great Clips salons are located at Hawaii Kai Towne Center, Kailua (111 Hekili Street), Kapolei Village Center, Moanalua Shopping Center, and Pearl Highlands Center in Pearl City.

This year, Great Clips is taking the opportunity to thank and recognize veterans, active military members, and veteran’s supporters through a campaign called #GREATful4VETS.

The #GREATful4VETS campaign tells the stories of 12 individuals across the Great Clips network including franchisees, salon managers, stylists, family members and loyal customers, who have actively served or go above and beyond to support those who have served in the military. The stories from the #GREATful4VETS campaign will be shared on social media and GreatClips.com throughout the months of October and November.

Great Clips encourages people to share stories on social media about the military members and veterans who they are grateful for using #GREATful4VETS. For more information about the #GREATful4VETS campaign, visit GreatClips.com or follow along on Facebook to see full videos.

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