Fundraiser being planned to help the victims in the spa shootingsWisconsin News
-- Close to 100 spas, salons, and beauty schools are about to raise money to help victims of the recent mass shootings at a spa in Brookfield.
Close to 100 spas, salons, and beauty schools are about to raise money to help victims of the recent mass shootings at a spa in Brookfield. Jan Seybold owns a spa that competes directly with the place where Radcliffe Haughton killed three people and wounded four others before he killed himself. Seybold said she felt helpless when she heard about the slaying – and she wanted to help the victims at her competition. So next Tuesday, dozens of spas-and-salons will donate between 5-and-25-percent of their sales. Seybold says she hopes to raise 100-thousand-dollars from the effort. Salons in California, Texas, Illinois, New Jersey, and New York are taking part – along with places in Wisconsin. Haughton opened fire at the Azana Salon-and-Spa in Brookfield on October 21st, when his estranged wife Zina was working there.