AS IT OFFICIALLY CUTS THE RED RIBBON ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14TH AT NOON AT ITS TONY LOCATION ON NATIONAL PLACE AT WHITE STREET
“Art is beauty, the perpetual invention of detail, the exquisite care of execution.” - Theophile Gautier (blog)
CityCenter Danbury, Downtown’s unique square mile in which 10% of Danbury’s population live, work, learn and play, is pleased to welcome the acclaimed Paul Mitchell School - offering complete beauty education at its best - into its neighborhood. Andrea Gartner, executive director of CityCenter and Tom Devine, CityCenter’s Chair, will join with the school owners, John Paul Mitchell Systems representatives, national and International artistic directors from Paul Mitchell, Mayor Mark Boughton of the City of Danbury, State Senator Michael McLachlan, local dignitaries, community members, neighbors, students, friends and families to cut the red ribbon at a grand celebration on Sunday, October 14th at noon at the School’s imposing new home on National Place at White Street.
Tom Devine,who is proprietor of Two Steps Downtown Grille, only a few steps away from the School, underscores the import of Paul Mitchell School - Danbury being Downtown: "Paul Mitchell School is a vital part of revitalization efforts in CityCenter Danbury. The Paul Mitchell School had other options before choosing to relocate and make a major investment in their CityCenter location. We welcome them to our community."
The 14,000-square-foot building is designed to train as many as 80 students at a time. Like all Paul Mitchell Schools, the Danbury location will guide students through an aggressive, educational and cultural development program. Thanks to the life and teachings of Paul Mitchell, the legendary hair designer, product innovator and salon educator, careers in hair design today can be both personally and financially rewarding. For more information about Paul Mitchell the School-Danbury, visit www.PaulMitchell.edu
“THERE’S SOMETHING GOING ON DOWNTOWN!”
As the key management for downtown, CityCenter Danbury is a non-profit that works to meet,sustain, and surpass the four principals of Organization, Promotion, Design, and Economic Restructuring under the National Main Street Program. In partnership with the City of Danbury, the Office of Economic Development, and the Housatonic Valley Cultural Alliance, CityCenter Danbury enhances Western Connecticut’s urban core with arts, culture, entertainment, and a vibrant City life. Andrea Gartner serves as Executive Director and Pat Hembrook is Managing Director. CityCenter Danbury’s offices are located at 186 Main Street, phone: (203) 792 1711 or visit www.citycenterdanbury.com