Hot Radio Maine’s CUTS FOR CLASS
MONDAY AUGUST 30TH 10AM-6PM
CROW’S NEST BARBERSHOP
600 TURNER STREET, AUBURN
We’re buying out Crow’s Nest Barbershop in Auburn and giving away FREE BACK TO SCHOOl HAIRCUTS. First come, first serve. Standard cuts for students 18 and under, while time permits.
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Hot Radio Maine Presents: Cuts for Class
FREE Back to School Haircuts for students 18 and Under
Scarborough, ME – Hot Radio Maine today announced the launch of “Cuts for Class”. This promotion is in conjunction with Dirigo Federal Credit Union and Crow’s Nest Barbershop and will offer free back to school haircuts for students 18 years old and under. The free haircuts will take place Monday August 30th at Crow’s Nest Barbershop’s Auburn, Maine location located at 600 Turner Street. Barbers will be cutting hair on a first come first serve basis from 10am until 6pm. There is no charge, cost or fees.
Hot Radio Maine morning host and Program Director Ryan Deelon announced the new campaign. “This is another step in our continued efforts to give back to the communities that support us. While an exciting time, the start of school can also be a stressful experience to some who have experienced hardship. We decided to partner with Crow’s Nest and buy out the barber shop for the day. It’s our hope that this can help take some of the pressure off families during these times. We’ve received tremendous feedback on the launch of our 100.3 FM signal in Lewiston and Auburn and were excited to be able to hold this event in that community.”
Frank Crosen, the owner of Crow’s Nest Barbershop partnered with Hot Radio Maine on the promotion and said “As kids get ready to go back to school, we want to make sure they are looking and feeling their best. Parents and students have gone through so much throughout the pandemic, as they prepare to spend money on school supplies and clothing, we’re happy to take some of the burden off their shoulders.”
The launch of Cuts for Class is the first of what will be an annual event for Hot Radio Maine. It follows in the footsteps of other community events like free turkeys for Thanksgiving, free commercials for small businesses during the pandemic and continued money giveaways to Maine listeners.