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Take a look at our 2016 News Release about the Sixth Annual Fashion Show to benefit the MSA Coalition

07 Mar Take a look at our 2016 News Release about the Sixth Annual Fashion Show to benefit the MSA Coalition

NEWS RELEASE   — For Immediate Release

March 7, 2016

For more information, contact Terri Sterling Donovan, 615.945.4794 or terri@terristerling.com

 

Murfreesboro’s bombshells Hair Studio and Spa Sponsors 

Sixth Annual Fashion Show to Benefit the Multiple System Atrophy Coalition (MSA)

 

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(from left, clockwise) Suzanna Summers, bombshells owner Michelle Williamson, Susan Summers and Bob Summers.

Murfreesboro, Tenn. — The sixth annual Charity Fashion Show to benefit the Multiple System Atrophy Coalition is Tuesday, March 22, 2016, from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. inside the Stones River Mall across from Agaci’.  The event is open to the public and will feature a fashion show, a live and silent auction, great food, wine sponsored by Stones River Total Beverage and beer by Mayday Brewery.  Event organizers are asking for a minimum $5 donation in advance for admittance, $10 at the door.

For the past six years, Michelle Williamson, owner of Murfreesboro’s bombshells Hair Studio and Spa, has honored her beloved Riverdale high school girls’ softball coach Bob Summers, and his late wife, Susan Summers, who died in 2012 from multiple system atrophy, by organizing and sponsoring an event to raise money to find a cure for this devastating terminal disease.

Multiple system atrophy (MSA) is a degenerative neurological disorder associated with the degeneration of nerve cells in specific areas of the brain. This cell degeneration causes problems with movement, balance and autonomic functions of the body such as bladder control or blood pressure regulation.

“Susan died just four years ago from this horrible disease which robs people of their physical functionality little by little, and is terminal,” said Michelle Williamson, owner of bombshells.  “I watched Susan’s life trickle away from her and the grief and devastation for her, her husband Bob and their entire family.  We put this event on every year to help keep Susan’s memory alive and to also do something to help further the awareness of MSA and raise funds for research.  Please join with us to make the contribution bigger every year.”

For more information or to offer items for the silent and live auction, please contact Michelle Williamson at bombshells at 615.907.8004 or via email at lmwill17@gmail.com

About bombshells:  Michelle Williamson opened bombshells Hair Studio and Salon in 2010 with the goal of offering clients the finest in hair and salon services anywhere. Williamson has worked in the field for 17 years, and puts a strong focus on training, working with clients to ensure they are satisfied and creating an atmosphere for both clients and staff that is authentic, warm and encouraging.

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