Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Autism Speaks benefit in Claremont March 31

Autism supporters can get pampered for a good cause during Cielo Mio Spa & Salon’s “Spa Day for Autism Speaks” fundraiser in Claremont on Saturday, March 31, 2012, in observance of World Autism Awareness Day April 2 and Autism Awareness Month in April.

Cielo Mio Spa & Salon will offer:

· FREE haircuts for kids with autism,

· 30% off massages, facials, hair services, or 20% off any Spa manicure & pedicure

· 100% of proceeds from all haircuts from the day donated to Autism Speaks,

· 20% of all other proceeds from the day donated to Autism Speaks.

Cielo Mio Spa & Salon raised and donated $1238 to Autism Speaks in 2011, and over $700 in 2010.

“We are proud to offer a relaxing way to raise funds for Autism Speaks and this very worthwhile cause,” says Thomas Vuq, owner of Cielo Mio Spa & Salon.

For more information on the fundraiser, visit

Cielo Mio Spa & Salon is located at 101 North Indian Hill Blvd #c2-200 in Claremont. For questions or to make a reservation, contact (909) 621-5140 or

Additionally, Cielo Mio Spa and Salon will be the featured spa during the 10th Anniversary Los Angeles Walk Now for Autism Speaks to be held at the Pasadena Rose Bowl on April 21, 2012. The spa will donate massage services from 8 to 10:30 a.m. in the Walk’s Grand Club, for walkers who raise $1,000 or more.

ABOUT CIELO MIO SPA & SALON: Cielo Mio Spa & Salon in Claremont, CA offers massage services, facials, hair services, hand and foot treatment, waxing and threading, nail services, teeth whitening, makeup application and other spa packages. Located at 101 North Indian Hill Blvd #c2-200, Cielo Mio offers the latest in premier spa services while giving back to the community throughout the year.

ABOUT AUTISM SPEAKS: Autism Speaks is the nation’s largest autism advocacy organization, dedicated to increasing awareness of autism spectrum disorders, to funding research into the causes, prevention and treatments for autism, and to advocating for the needs of individuals with autism and their families.

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