MADISON (WKOW) -- Students at Madison College are using a class project to help with typhoon relief in the Philippines.
Business and cosmetology students put together a promotion where they're donating five percent of all sales at the college's Tru-Style Salon to the American Red Cross.
"I can't tell you how excited they are and how excited I am for them that they're able to work collaboratively across parts of the college and be able to have their work implemented, and actually helping customers, helping typhoon victims, doing civic responsibility," said Betty Hurd of the School of Business and Applied Arts.
The promotion is available through next Friday at the Tru-Style Salon in the college's Truax campus.
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