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Steve Sojka Wants You To Get A Haircut

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Simi Valley City Council Member Steve Sojka has a unique meet and greet at the Simi Valley Town Center where voters can get a free haircut and talk to him about his campaign for mayor. I like the idea of informal and free gatherings where people can meet the candidates. Click on continue reading for the details.

For my hip hop fans out there which rapper has a song where he says people are so busy talking about him in barber shops they don't get their haircut? I didn't directly quote the song to make it harder to google the answer.

Support Sojka for Mayor, get a free haircut on Sept. 14

Meet Simi Valley's next mayor, get a complimentary haircut at Nioxin Hair and Scalp Spa at Simi Valley Town Center in unique meet-the-candidate event

SIMI VALLEY - Join Simi Valley Councilman and Mayoral candidate Steve Sojka at Nioxin Hair and Scalp Spa at Simi Valley Town Center on Tuesday, Sept. 14, and enjoy a free haircut with a donation to the "Steve Sojka for Mayor" campaign.

Take advantage of this unique meet-the-candidate event to sit down and chat with Steve about our wonderful community, while either waiting your turn or even while receiving your complimentary haircut.

"This is such a different type of event for a campaign, and I am honored that a local business has asked to host it for me," Steve Sojka said. "I look forward to meeting with Simi Valley residents and doing something I enjoy best, which is conversations about our community."

Steve Sojka will be at the Nioxin Hair and Scalp Spa from 3 to 6 p.m. Sept. 14.

Appointments are highly recommended, but walk-ins are welcome.

Nioxin Hair and Scalp Spa can be reached at (805) 306-1549. For information about Steve Sojka for Mayor, visit www.sojkaformayor.com or www.facebook.com/sojkaformayor.


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