Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Go to a Spa, Promote Women's Empowerment

Posted By on Wed, May 30, 2012 at 8:00 AM

If you’re into charity events and spa days, look no further than this Friday’s “Just Say
Spaaah” event hosted by Arizona Spa Girls. Spa Girls is “a girlfriend-to-girlfriend guide
to Arizona spas, salons, beauty and wellness,” according to their website.

“Last year was the first time that we took the Series outside the Phoenix area with an
event in Sedona,” said Lisa Kasanicky, the founder. “We chose Elizabeth Arden Red
Door Spa at the Westin La Paloma because I felt that the Tucson Red Door Spa was the
perfect place to treat locals to a taste of luxury in their own backyards.”

A percentage of each ticket, along with sponsorships and 100 percent of the raffle will go
directly to Fresh Start, Women’s Foundation, an organization that empowers women.

If you go, tickets are $95 and include an evening reception with wine, food, a keepsake
beach bag brimming with spa and beauty products, a charity raffle, exclusive discounts,
wellness demonstrations and mini spa services.

Event guests also receive a spa certificate valid for one free spa treatment.

Use the code “GoTucson” to access this discount of the normally $115 ticket price tag.

The event will be on June 1 and will go from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Learn more here: http://summerspaseries.com/06-01-12-elizabeth-arden-red-door-spa-at-
the-westin-la-paloma-tucson/

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