Claremore Daily Progress

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May 6, 2014

Mother’s Day gifts that benefits Safenet Services


Every mother deserves special treatment on Mother’s Day and Safenet Services and its partners have put together glamour packages for the perfect Mother’s Day gifts.
As the kick-off to Safenet Services’ Round-Up this year, the agency and selected partners have put together a new campaign called “Glamour Gals.”  
Perfect as a Mother’s Day gift or a gift for a graduate or any other special woman celebrating a birthday or “just because,” these packages provide a great pampering experience.
Three different Glamour Gals packages are available for purchase. The “Annie Oakley” package retails for $75 and includes a shampoo, cut and style from Elizabeth Jean Salon, and a manicure with gel nails and pedicure from Stonebrook Day Spa.
The “Calamity Jane” package is $150, and includes a shampoo, cut, color and style from Elizabeth Jean Salon, a mani/pedi from Stonebrook Day Spa and a 30 minute massage from Eva’s Waterfall Retreat.
Glamour Gals gift packages, which are wrapped and ready to give, are available for purchase at The District on Main, 407 W. Will Rogers Boulevard. Packages will be available for purchase until May 31.
The third Glamour Gals package is available with local partners in Pryor. 
The “Laura Ingalls Wilder” sells for $95 and includes 30-minute massage, full and facial and brow wax from Genesis Massage and Salon. Gift-wrapped packages can be purchased and picked up at Robin’s Nest Flowers and Gifts, 27 N. Vann, Pryor.
All services purchased in the packages must be completed by July 31.
Buyers in both communities will be entered into a drawing, too. The District On Main will draw from purchasers in that location for a $50 gift card. 
Pryor purchasers will be entered into a drawing for a fresh-cut flower arrangement from Robin’s Nest.
Each glamour package purchase will also benefit Safenet Services, Inc. 

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