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Cactus Salon to Host Hair and Fashion Fundraiser for Arthritis Foundation

HAUPPAUGE, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 05/30/14 -- On Friday, June 20, Cactus Salon will join together with the Arthritis Foundation to raise money to fight and cure arthritis, the nation's leading cause of disability. This hair and fashion fundraiser will be held from 8-11 pm at the Harbor Club at Prime in Halesite, New York.

The beauty professionals at Cactus Salon will be styling each model's hair for this special event. The show will feature Pure Color, a new keratin enriched color line from Italy. Paint Cosmetics will be providing the makeup and the models will be wearing apparel from Emily Sky & Indie.

The hair and fashion show will be held at Bohlson Restaurant Group's all new Harbor Club at Prime. Fundraiser attendees will be able to take in all the breathtaking features this premiere waterfront venue has to offer: floor-to-ceiling windows, open-air balconies, and lushly landscaped grounds. The kitchen at Harbor Club at Prime will be serving unforgettable appetizers at grazing stations throughout the evening. Patrons will also be able to purchase drinks from a cash bar.

In addition, the 2009 Ms. Senior America Gail King will be making an appearance and music will be provided by Todd Barrie Music & Entertainment. For those who cannot make it to the show in-person, the event will be streaming live on Madhouse TV.

"The Long Island Women on the Move chapter of the Arthritis Foundation is very near and dear to our hearts at Cactus Salon," said marketing director Karen Vito. "This event is going to be incredibly fun, but what really matters is that we're raising money for a great cause. Arthritis personally affects dozens of people in the Cactus Salon family and it's time for us to find a cure."

About Cactus Salon
Joseph Secreti opened the first Cactus salon in 1978 in Dix Hills, New York. The salon and spa is now the most successful on Long Island, boasting 21 locations and more than 700 employees. Cactus' state-of-the-art salons and spas are designed to provide an experience that is unsurpassed in value, technical skill, customer service, and performance. Signature services include treatments such as: all-natural Brazilian and Keratin straightenings, hair extensions, custom deep conditioning treatments, and the latest techniques in highlighting and corrective color that will guarantee beautiful results. Cactus also provides professional makeup services, teeth whitening, hair restoration, and laser skin services to complete the total beauty experience for men and women across Long Island.

About the Arthritis Foundation
The Arthritis Foundation (www.arthritis.org) is the largest and most trusted nonprofit organization dedicated to addressing the needs and challenges of those living with arthritis, the nation's leading cause of disability. Since 1948, the Foundation has remained committed to leading groundbreaking research for better treatments and a cure; fighting for patients' access to affordable and effective health care; and providing trusted information and resources to the more than 50 million adults and 300,000 children living with the disease.

Contact Information
Karen Vito
Cactus Group Holdings, LLC
150 Motor Parkway, Suite 205
Hauppauge, NY 11788
Email Contact
(631) 586-4849
http://www.cactussalon.com

Media Contact
X Factor Digital Marketing
Thomas La Vecchia
1833 Front Street
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
(908) 377-6906
www.thexfactorteam.com

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