Grand Opening of Pink Ivory Salon in Ashland

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ASHLAND -- A plan put on hold by cancer, finally pulled through for a new business owner in Schuylkill County.

Newswatch 16 stopped by the grand opening for Pink Ivory Salon in Ashland.

The beauty shop on Broad Street was in the works for a few years, but owner Janine Lucas had to wait when her cancer returned.

After bone marrow transplants and with the help of her daughter, Lucas felt she is at the best she's been in a while, so she opened up shop, with family, friends, and the community by her side.

"The community has been absolutely wonderful to us. Our staff we have here at Pink Ivory is amazing and we're just glad it's finally come about," Lucas said.

The salon chose the name Pink Ivory because of the owners' love of elephants. She plans to donate money to charities that fight poachers.



    I wish you luck with the business and beating cancer. But northern Schuylkill county is a very tough environment for new businesses.

  • Sandy

    Best of luck to you.. I pass by daily and your maniquin with the T shirt , and the pink open sign are nicely represented..
    best wishes to you with your health 🤗 🐘🐘🐘

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