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Mary Kay volunteers gave a ‘’Day of Beauty

June 4, 2012


Mary Kay volunteers gave a ‘’Day of Beauty’’ to 50 domestic violence survivors from the Dallas area.
• Thousands of “Mary Kay family members” in more than 35 countries helped their fellow neighbors by volunteering more than 197,010 hours of community service—or more than 22 years of service valued at more than $4 million—around the world in one month to celebrate International Women’s Day.

Mary Kay employees, independent sales force members—as well as their family, friends and the general public—joined together to make a beautiful difference worldwide during the Mary Kay Global Month of Service, which was March 8 to April 8.

“Mary Kay Ash always said, ‘Pretend that every single person you meet has a sign around his or her neck that says, Make me feel important.’ Through our Global Month of Service, we are touching lives and showing people in need that they are important—and that’s priceless.”

More info: www.marykay.com

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