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Softsheen-Carson Celebrity Style Squad to hit select Sally Beauty Supply stores on Aug. 10

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK — SoftSheen-Carson Dark and Lovely and its Celebrity Style Squad are partnering with Sally Beauty Supply to get consumers back-to-school ready with hair consultations, mini makeovers and free gifts at select Sally Beauty Supply stores nationwide.

The SoftSheen-Carson Celebrity Style Squad includes stylists who have styled such celebrities as Tyra Banks, Destiny’s Child, Vanessa Williams, Ludacris, R. Kelly and more.

By stopping at select Sally Beauty Supply stores on Aug. 10 in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas and New Orleans, beauty mavens can meet the Celebrity Style Squad. Participants can also learn the hottest styling tips and tricks and discover the fiercest back-to-school trends from celebrity hair gurus; enter for a chance to win a raffle of SoftSheen-Carson Dark and Lovely products; and get free samples of some of its latest products from the Au Naturale and Anti-Reversion collections.

WHEN: Aug. 10 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.

WHERE: Sally Beauty Supply; locations include —

Atlanta area
Sally Beauty Supply
3616 Marketplace Blvd #610
East Point, Ga. 30344

Chicago area
Sally Beauty Supply
2510 W 94th St.
Evergreen Park, Ill. 60805

Dallas area
Sally Beauty Supply
241 E. FM 1382 Suite 307
Cedar Hill, Texas 75104

New Orleans
Sally Beauty Supply
3153 Gentilly Ave.
New Orleans, La. 70122
 

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Stop & Shop to close New Hampshire stores

BY Antoinette Alexander

QUINCY, Mass. — Grocery chain Stop & Shop has announced plans to close its six Stop & Shop stores and three gas stations in New Hampshire on or before Sept. 21.

“We continually assess our stores and operating performance. Our six stores in New Hampshire have not achieved performance goals after many years of investment, and we have made the difficult decision to close these underperforming stores,” stated Joe Kelley, president of Stop & Shop’s New England division. “This action will allow us to focus our investment and resources on continuing to grow our business in other areas of the Northeast.”

“We are sensitive to the impact this decision will have on our associates, our loyal customers and the communities we have served. We deeply appreciate the years of dedicated service our associates in New Hampshire have provided since 2003 and the loyal patronage from our customers,” Kelley added.

Stop & Shop stated that it will work with UFCW Local 1445 and state and local government officials to provide job search assistance and to support associates who will be impacted.

The company operates more than 400 stores throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, New York and New Jersey.

 

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Designer Protein declares entire portfolio gluten-free

BY Michael Johnsen

LOS ANGELES — Designer Protein on Wednesday announced its line of protein supplements are now all gluten-free, marking one of the first protein brands to be able to make a gluten-free claim across its entire portfolio of products, the company noted. 

"We are constantly looking to bring high-quality, consumer-desired protein products to the market," stated Grace Jean, Designer Protein CEO. "With an increasing number of consumers making gluten-free choices, we felt it was critical to attain the official ‘GF’ certification across our entire line."

All Designer Whey products will now feature the official "GF" logo that signifies that the Gluten-Free Certification Organization has found less that 10 ppm of gluten in all raw and finished Designer Whey products and has audited all of its manufacturing facilities. The new packaging will be shipped in the fall. 

 

 

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