Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Cherry Hill Salon: Beyond Hair Will Be Featured on Bravo TV's Tabatha Takes Over

Beyond Hair salon, a Cherry Hill salon owned by Aisha McKenzie, will be featured Tuesday night on Bravo TV's reality show, "Tabatha Takes Over."

Cherry Hill Salon: Beyond Hair Will Be Featured on Bravo TV's Tabatha Takes Over

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Photo courtesy Andrei Jackamets of Bravo: Pictured:  Left to right:  Kathleen Coyne, program director of Cancer Support Community,  Tabatha Coffey, and Aisha McKenzie, salon owner.
Photo courtesy Andrei Jackamets of Bravo: Pictured: Left to right: Kathleen Coyne, program director of Cancer Support Community, Tabatha Coffey, and Aisha McKenzie, salon owner. Andrei Jackamets/Bravo
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Beyond Hair salon, a Cherry Hill salon owned by Aisha McKenzie, will be featured Tuesday night on Bravo TV's reality show, "Tabatha Takes Over."

Since the death of her mother from cancer, Aisha has been taking her anger out on the staff and the atmosphere has made her salon appear unprofessional.  The staff has also become loud, unprofessional and out of control. Tabatha must help Aisha get past her grief to run her business again and help the staff to respect her if the salon is to survive.

The staff takes a field trip to the the Cancer Support Community of Philadelphia, which provides   emotional support and education to people affected by cancer.

"Tabatha Takes Over" stars no-nonsense business expert, Tabatha Coffey. The show follows her as she travels across the country taking over failing establishments and whipping them into shape.

I don't watch this show, but do any of you? Do you like Tabatha? Have any of you ever been to Beyond Hair salon?

 

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