Win Your Back to School Supplies with GreatClips #GreatList

As parents, back to school is a busy, expensive time.  We have to get the kids back on their schedules, get ourselves ready for the demands of school in addition to day to day activities, and we have to make sure our kids have all of the gear that they need to succeed. 
Its stressful, and expensive, but have we ever stopped and thought about the preparations being made on the other side? Every year teachers spend an average of $1,000 on supplies to help our children learn. That's a lot to pay out of pocket, and its just one of the many ways that they are supporting our children's educations.  Without their support, can you imagine how bleak our children's classrooms would be?

This year, GreatClips has teamed up with Adopt A Classroom to give back to teachers.  To say thank you for all that they do, and to help them with the large financial burdens that they face.
Between now and September 5th for every download of GreatClips Online Check in App, a donation will be made to Adopt A Classroom.
 With more than 3,300 salons throughout the United States and Canada, Great Clips is the world’s largest salon brand. Great Clips salons employ nearly 35,000 stylists who receive ongoing training to learn the Great Clips customer service system and advanced technical skills. Great Clips salon owners and corporate office are dedicated to our salon communities with a focus on philanthropic and volunteer activities.
Check out this video that shows how they've already helped two lucky teachers furnish their classrooms with everything their students need to learn.

GreatClips also wants to help you with your back to school list.  Between now and September 5th, go to and upload your own back to school supply list for a daily chance to win it, bought and shipped to your door.
Many GreatClips salons are also offering back to school pricing on hair cuts, visit your local salon for details.

Disclosure: Although this post has been generously sponsored by GreatClips, the opinions and language are all my own, and in no way do they reflect Wendy’s.

1 comment:

  1. I love watching the reactions on the teachers faces. Bravo Great Clips!


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