Free haircuts for kids at JCPenney
Kids entering grades K through 6 are eligible for a free haircut this month.
Wed, Aug 01 2012 at 12:02 PM
JCPenney is helping ease the back-to-school budget crunch by offering free haircuts to students entering kindergarten through 6th grade. JCPenney stores equipped with a salon are participating in the free haircut promotion for the entire month of August.
The free haircuts are being offered as part of JCPenney’s new back-to-school marketing campaign, which includes the unveiling of the Shops concept. Newly designed denim Shops, featuring popular brands like Levi’s and Buffalo, will offer customers a fun place to shop while taking advantage of the store’s commitment to everyday low prices.
"The back-to-school season presents the perfect opportunity to offer free haircuts for kids and unveil our new Shops, giving customers a first glimpse of what will soon be an entirely new retail experience," said Ron Johnson, chief executive officer of jcpenney. "We know how important it is for kids to make a great first impression and with low prices every day, jcpenney is making it easier for parents to shop without having to wait for a sale." Source: JCPenney
If you’d like to take advantage of this free haircut offer then I’d suggest you make an appointment for your K – 6th grader as soon as possible. Simply log on to the JCPenney website and search for a store with a salon
in your area.
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