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Salvatore Minardi Pop Up Salon on Bottle Hill Day

October 5 is Bottle Hill Day this year. Madison, NJ draws between 10,000 and 20,000 people to the heart of the community each fall. Merchants, organizations and community all come together to enjoy a full day of hometown shopping, entertainment, family, food and fun.  We invite people from the surrounding areas to come discover new shops in the downtown district, make new friends, meet the vendors and celebrate Madison.

On Bottle Hill Day, Salvatore Minardi Salon will operate a Pop Up Salon to benefit American Cancer Society and raise awareness for Breast Cancer Research by providing $25.00 salon haircut designs, $20.00 blow outs and $50.00 design appointments with Salvatore. Proceeds from the Pop Up will be donated.

The salon will sell 50 $1.00 Minardi Shampoos with raffle tickets attached. Winning raffle tickets will receive one of four complimentary haircut appointment designs with the salon owner and resident artist, Salvatore Minardi.

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Drawings will take place at 10:00a, 12:00p, 2:00p & 4:00p.

The Salvatore Minardi Pop-Up Salon can be found on Waverly Street on Bottle Hill Day from 10am to 5pm. Please call 973-443-4455 to make a scheduled appointment. Walk ups will be welcomed on a first come-first served basis.

Raffle tickets must be completed with name, address, phone number and email address to be eligible.  Offer only available to first time clients.


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