Sport Clips to offer free haircuts for Veterans Day – Laredo Morning Times

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The two Sport Clips of Laredo locations are offering people an opportunity to make a small donation while getting a snack or souvenir from the company to help acquire more funds for their veterans scholarships and funds while offering current active duty members and veterans a free hair cut as well on Friday. The goal is to help out local veterans in need or offer a token of gratitude for their service. 
The two Sport Clips of Laredo locations are offering people an opportunity to make a small donation while getting a snack or souvenir from the company to help acquire more funds for their veterans scholarships and funds while offering current active duty members and veterans a free hair cut as well on Friday. The goal is to help out local veterans in need or offer a token of gratitude for their service. 
The wall of current donors. The two Sport Clips of Laredo locations are offering people an opportunity to make a small donation while getting a snack or souvenir from the company to help acquire more funds for their veterans scholarships and funds while offering current active duty members and veterans a free hair cut as well on Friday. The goal is to help out local veterans in need or offer a token of gratitude for their service. 
The wall of current donors. The two Sport Clips of Laredo locations are offering people an opportunity to make a small donation while getting a snack or souvenir from the company to help acquire more funds for their veterans scholarships and funds while offering current active duty members and veterans a free hair cut as well on Friday. The goal is to help out local veterans in need or offer a token of gratitude for their service. 
The two Sport Clips of Laredo locations are offering people an opportunity to make a small donation while getting a snack or souvenir from the company to help acquire more funds for their veterans scholarships and funds while offering current active duty members and veterans a free hair cut as well on Friday. The goal is to help out local veterans in need or offer a token of gratitude for their service. 
The two Sport Clips of Laredo locations are offering people an opportunity to make a small donation while getting a snack or souvenir from the company to help acquire more funds for their veterans scholarships and funds while offering current active duty members and veterans a free hair cut as well on Friday. The goal is to help out local veterans in need or offer a token of gratitude for their service. 
Laredo’s two Sport Clips locations are recognizing Veterans Day by providing free haircuts to veterans and active duty members on Friday, Nov. 11 along with raising funds for veteran scholarships.
“What we are doing right now is a national thing that Sport Clips does to honor our veterans as all the money collected is used to help fund scholarships for veterans,” said Selina Cuevas, the manager for the Sport Clips location at North Creek Plaza. “We do this annually, and also every Nov. 11 we do a free cut for all veterans and active duty military members that attend our business.”
Each Sport Clips location will feature a table of snacks available to purchase for $2 each to raise money for veteran scholarships. The snacks will include brownies, chips, chicharones and more. They were collected by the hair stylists to help with fundraising.
“All of us stylists bought those items, and from whatever is collected through such donations is what we contribute as workers of Sport Clips to the cause,” Cuevas said.
In addition to the snack sales, Sport Clips will also raise money by donating $1 from every haircut to the veteran fund. Customers can also choose to make an additional donation.
“I invite anyone that can to come and please help us out with these donation efforts, so we can help out our veterans and especially those who need it,” Cuevas said.
Veterans and military members who want a free haircut on Friday simply need to take some form of identification showing they are a veteran or an active duty member.
The national campaign supporting veterans is inspired by Sport Clips CEO Gordon B. Logan who served in the United States Air Force.
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Jorge A. Vela is a native Laredoan who studied at Laredo College and Texas State earning a bachelor’s degree in mass communication. After a stint of working for several publications, other local media outlets and managing his own tutoring business for years, Vela decided to get back into journalism by working as a general assignments reporter for the Laredo Morning Times. He loves spending time with la familia, soccer, cooking and jamming out

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