Sport Clips offers MVP treatment for prostate-cancer research

South Surrey hair salon pledges to donate $1 from every MVP haircut to Prostate Cancer Foundation BC.

Sport Clips Haircuts throughout Greater Vancouver – including South Surrey – are supporting prostate cancer research this month, with a pledge to donate $1 from every MVP haircut to the Prostate Cancer Foundation BC.

“The majority of our clients are male, and we want to give back to the causes that might one day help them,” said Tracy MacRae, owner of the South Surrey location, at 3041 152 St.

Sport Clips specializes in haircuts for men and boys. Throughout November, “Mo-Bros” can also receive free beard and moustache trims.

PCF’s Rhonda Krushel described the support as “a great fit.”

In addition to South Surrey, Delta (7275 120 St.) and Port Coquitlam (1971 Lougheed Hwy.) Sport Clips locations are also participating.

For more information, visit or call 778-828-7229


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