Paul Brown Hawaii partners with the Wounded Warrior Project to honor caregivers | Business
Continuing to show its support for men and women in uniform, Paul Brown Hawaii has partnered with the Wounded Warrior Project to provide “Operation Mahalo Kits” containing Paul Brown Hawaii products to caregivers of wounded warriors. The company has already donated 500 kits and plans to donate more throughout the year. To kick off the partnership, Master Stylist Paul Brown and Makeup Artist George Johnson from Paul Brown Salons & Spas, pampered Wounded Warrior Project executives at the prestigious Dop Dop Salon in Soho prior to the organization’s recent Gala in New York City.
“We’re honored to collaborate with the Wounded Warrior Project to give our thanks to the caregivers who give so much of themselves on a daily basis,” said Brown. “Sometimes it’s the little things like a new hairstyle or tube of lipstick that can truly make a difference in the way someone feels, and we’re glad we can show our gratitude.”
The recent partnership with the Wounded Warrior Project is an extension of Paul Brown Hawaii’s charitable efforts with the military, which includes Operation Mahalo. Founded in 2011, Operation Mahalo recognizes the sacrifices made daily by military members and their families by rewarding deserving candidates with a weekend of pampering and luxury that includes a dinner for two, a two-night stay in an ocean-view room at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa and a full makeover at a Paul Brown Salon & Spa.
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