Still Available: Roxbury Cheerleading Discount Cards for All Things Beauty

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Roxbury Cheer Discount Beauty Cards

ROXBURY, NJ - Help the keepers of Roxbury High School spirit make it to the Nationals in Florida and get pampered doing it.

Roxbury Cheerleading still has a few discount beauty cards available for sale. 

These cards offer fantastic discounts on all things beauty in the Roxbury area, including manicures, pedicures, tanning, spa treatments, hair salons, waxing - even dog grooming so your favorite furry friend can be gorgeous too. 

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Cards are $20 each and can be used as many times as you like until September 2018.  These cards can pay for themselves in a few weeks.

Discounts can be seen on the attached graphic. Here are some examples:

  • $5 off $20 at Face Values (formerly Harmon)
  • $10 off $50 at Charming Charlie's in Chester
  • 10 percent off at European Wax Center
  • 20 percent off of Mary Kay products
  • 10 percent off at Plato's Closet
  • 10 percent off at Roxbury bagels.

Cards can be purchased by contacting any Roxbury cheerleader, cheer parent or Jenn Rousseau at or 973-906-0647.

The Beauty and Beyond discount cards are being sold as a fundraiser for Roxbury Competition Cheerleading.  These funds help our cheerleaders get to Nationals in Florida each year.

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