Wales most loved salon group, Tommy’s Hair Company, are not only known for their commitment and passion within the hairdressing industry but also for their love of charity, having recently participated in a county fundraiser in aid of a local charity, Hope House.
With salons situated in Chester, Llandudno and Ruthin, the team this year took part in the annual Porsche on the Prom, a gathering of over 500 Porsche owners from all over the country, who come together to display their luxury cars whilst raising vital funds for local charity Hope House, a childrens hospice with facilities located in Oswestry and Ty Gobaith located in Conwy, who offer support and guidance to families from Shropshire, Cheshire, north and Mid Wales.
Founder of the salon group Tommy Van Der Veken, showcased his beautiful branded Porsche on the prom, the Tommy’s Team had created brand t-shirts, to raise key funds for such an incredible cause. Walking the promenade selling the garments, the team sold out in only a few hours and whilst also holding a luxury raffle, organised by Porsche Club RegionR6, with prizes including hair hampers and vouchers. Through these exceptional efforts the total raised from Tommy’s was an extraordinary £3118.11.
Founder of Tommy’s Hair Group, Tommy Van Der Veken, commented “Supporting local charities such as Hope House is something we enjoy and that we encourage. We recognise the incredible work they do and have great respect for all who are involved. This years Porsche on the Prom was a resounding success and we can’t wait for next year.”