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The AII ‘Family’ Helps Battle Cancer

July 10, 2013

American International Industries (AII) offered its services and time at two events that support a cause dear to the heart of the company: women battling cancer.

At the Sonya Dakar Skin Clinic in Beverly Hills in late April, AII’s China Glaze, It’s So Easy, Body Drench and other brands participated in the Wish Upon A Teen Mother/Daughter Spa Event by providing manicures. The guests were young ladies from the Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA who are battling cancer. Additional treatments at the event included Ardell lash and brow applications from Stila cosmetics.

For the eighth consecutive year, AII employees, friends and family participated at the 20th annual Entertainment Industry Foundation Revlon Run/Walk for Women in Exposition Park on May 11 in Los Angeles. Executive VP Terri Cooper sponsored the China Glaze and Ardell Cosmetics teams.
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