Summer Spaaah Series - Tucson News Now

Summer Spaaah Series

TUCSON, AZ (FOX 11) - Summertime is down season for resorts and spas here in Tucson, so to rev things up Arizona spa girls are offering FOX 11 Daybreak viewers a special

This Friday June first from 5:00 - 8:00 you are invited to The Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa at the Westin La Paloma Resort. It's a reception with food, wine, exclusive retail discounts and mini spa and salon services.

They also hold a raffle and all proceeds go to the Fresh Start Women's Foundation.

"Fresh Start Women's Foundation has an initiative to help women in every stage of their lives. If they need help with their resumes, wardrobe or makeup that's what they do. It really trickles it's way through Arizona and it's a good charity," said Lisa Kasanicky, founder of the "Summer Spaaah Series."

Tickets are normally $115, but for FOX 11 viewers you can get tickets for $50! Click on this link to the Summer Spa Series

Use the code "fox11" to check out and get your discount.

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