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Zotos Hosts Annual Cut & Color-a-Thon

Jan Hillenmeyer | September 11, 2012 | 1:18 PM

Zotos is honoring breast cancer awareness month by hosting its annual Cut & Color-a-Thon to benefit City of Hope. The event will be held Monday October 1 at Zotos’ Artistic Institute in Darien, Connecticut where some of the area’s top stylists will offer discounted services with all proceeds going to the City of Hope’s breast cancer research and treatment initiatives.

On board so far to offer their cutting, coloring and styling expertise is Valerie from AVAL Salon in Darien, Leigh from John Thomas Salon in Darien, Al and Sheila Porcello, ISO educators from New Jersey, and Samantha  Gunn, a Joico educator from New Jersey.

All Cut & Color-a-Thon clients will also receive a free gift bag with their service. Visit

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