Ego Salon & Studio Empowering Women of Chattanooga

Chattanooga's Chante D. Newcomb offering hair cutting on a sliding scale to women looking for employment, in the local area. Located inside her ego salon & studio the first Monday of each month by appointment. The first event is scheduled for Monday August 4, 2010. With 4 slots available each session, Chante is working closely with local area non profits to provide referrals to her Cherish Studio. If your non profit provides services to empower women, please contact Chante at ego salon & studio.

Chattanooga, TN, July 27, 2010 --( Chanté Newcomb, owner of Ego Salon & Studio in Chattanooga, TN, began volunteering her services as a stylist a few months ago. She started by collecting hair products to donate to local women’s shelters, and later participated as lead “shaver” in a St. Baldrick’s event raising money for pediatric cancer research. Yet, she still saw a huge need.

For women, getting their hair styled can be a huge confidence-booster, but it can also be quite expensive. Single mothers in difficult financial circumstances don’t usually have the spare money to get a new style.

A stylish cut could give a struggling woman the poise and assurance she needs to perform well in a job interview. With the recent economic upheaval, there are many women who need just such a helping hand as they search for work.

On the first Monday of each month, beginning on August 2, Ms. Newcomb’s “Cherish Studio” plans to offer low-cost or free hair-cutting and styling services to women seeking work in the Chattanooga area. The cost of the styling will be on a sliding scale and take place at the Ego Salon & Studio, located on Highway 58. If you would be interested in contributing to this worthy cause or learning more about the service, Ms. Newcomb can be contacted:

Chante D. Newcomb
Owner ego salon & studio
(423) 827-5136

Ego Salon & Studio
Chante D. Newcomb