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Buzz Buzz: Shave for a cure

12 Jul 2016

Buzz Buzz: Shave for a cure Image

By Nicholas Li

As covered in our last edition, the principal of Ray White Southbank, Andrew Salvo, has undergone the number zero treatment and helped raise $2639.85 for cancer research.

With many of those in the office experiencing the trauma of cancer first hand, Mr Salvo decided to do his bit to raise funds.

“Hair means nothing. Cancer affects many people. It touches everyone at some point in their life,” he said. “It’s the least I could do.”

To watch a video of how the shave unfolded head to www.facebook.com/RayWhiteSouthbank

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