The National Institute of Medical Aesthetics (NIMA) (http://nima.edu) announced today a celebration to commemorate its six year anniversary on Wednesday, July 15, 2015 with a party from 9:00 am – 9:00 pm MST to benefit Millie’s Princess Foundation.
As part of the celebration, NIMA will provide a number of fun, family activities, including:
- Food trucks, including Waffle Luv and others
- Princess fun for the kids, including makeup, face painting, glitter tattoos and colorful hair extensions
- Free candy bar fea
turing cotton candy and snow cones
- 50 percent off all spa services
- 50 percent off laser services (exclusions can apply)
- Botox party – $9.00 per unit
- Silent auction
- Special princess appearance
- Raffle and raffle prizes
All proceeds from the party will go to Millie’s Princess Foundation. Millie’s Princess Foundation helps families with the financial fallout from childhood cancer. Its mission is to provide the financial resources to help young patients and their families focus on their fight with childhood cancer, not medical bills and other peripheral expenses.
“We’re excited to celebrate six years and the success that we’ve had, especially since last years celebration,” said Christina McGarvey, President of NIMA. “We recognize how fortunate we are and as we do every year we want to celebrate with our custo
mers, friends and family and help make a difference in our community. It’s hard to find someone who hasn’t been affected by cancer in one way or another and the work the team at Millie’s Princess Foundation is doing is making such a difference to children fighting cancer and their families that we feel it’s important to support them and help create awareness about what they’re doing.”For more information about NIMA and its six-year anniversary celebration visit, http://nima.edu.
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About The National Institute of Medical Aesthetics
For more than 10 years, NIMA has been actively involved in the cosmetic laser industry and have amassed valuable experience in laser procedures. NIMA curriculum is designed with this comprehensive knowledge of “Best Practices” for safety and efficacy in cosmetic laser services. Certification courses are offered nationally in state-of-the-art training facilities designed for licensed Master Estheticians, registered nurses, nurse practitioners, physician’s assistants, doctors of osteopathy and medical doctors. Each certification or course is accredited for “continuing education” credit through the American Academy of Family Physicians. Additionally, NIMA is accredited by NACCAS and recognized by the Department of Education as a Title IV certified school. For more information visit, http://nima.edu/.