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Albany salon to host Christmas giveaway

An Albany salon is giving back to kids in the community this holiday season. (Source: WALB) An Albany salon is giving back to kids in the community this holiday season. (Source: WALB)
Tony Black Salon Owner Antonio Gordon (Source: WALB) Tony Black Salon Owner Antonio Gordon (Source: WALB)
The salon will give away the bikes and basketballs on December 16th. (Source: WALB) The salon will give away the bikes and basketballs on December 16th. (Source: WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

An Albany salon is giving back to kids in the community this holiday season.

Tony Black Salon will be giving away two Mongoose bikes and 12 basketballs which were all donations by customers.

Customers can enter their kids in the drawing when they bring them in for any services.

The owner said the giveaway is a chance to recognize kids who are doing well in school.

"Single homes out there that are less fortunate than I am so why not give back to people who are less fortunate and people that come in my salon and support me," said owner Antonio Gordon.

The salon will give away the bikes and basketballs on December 16th.

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