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Sun Tan City Supports Centerstone’s Military Services

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Sun Tan City is partnering with Centerstone for a week of giving in support of Centerstone’s Military Services.

All Sun Tan City locations in Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee will be offering Spray Tan or Sunbed sessions for $5 from June 24-30, 2019. Centerstone’s Military Services will receive $1 from each visit.

Everyone is invited to take advantage of this offer. Sunless tanning is available for any age. Specific questions about services and age restrictions for sunbed tanning can be answered by your local Sun Tan City, as restrictions vary from state to state.

Centerstone is proud to offer services for active military members, veterans and their families. Centerstone’s Military Services exists to break down the barriers to care experienced by veterans and their family members. Learn more by visiting www.centerstone.org/militaryservices.

To find the Sun Tan City location nearest to you, visit www.suntancity.com.

Add the event to your calendar by visiting the event page.

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