Chumlee from Pawn Stars Has Tricks and Treats for Children’s Heart Foundation’s Littlest Hearts

Chumlee Enlists Level Ten Salon to Give Kids from Children’s Heart Foundation Some Spooky Fun this Halloween with Event on Oct. 27

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A longtime supporter of Children’s Heart Foundation, Austin “Chumlee” Russell of History Channel’s “Pawn Stars” enlists the help of friends at Level Ten Salon to treat the littlest of Heart Heroes to a spooktacular Halloween event on Saturday, Oct. 27 at the popular salon from 9-11 a.m.

Children’s Heart Foundation’s creepy critters and ghoulish guests are invited to trick-or-treat inside Level Ten Salon, where there will be more than 30 stations transformed to for Halloween fun and salon staff dressed in costumes giving away special treats provided by Chumlee’s Candy on the Blvd., making this Halloween a holiday to remember for the kids.

“A special thank you from all our heart families in Las Vegas to Chumlee and Level Ten Salon for putting this amazing event together for our heart kids,” says Kelley McClellan, Executive Director of Children’s Heart Foundation. “It’s through events like these and community support, our heart heroes have the opportunity to lead full, fun and regular lives.”

“We’re so excited that our friend Chumlee introduced us to Children’s Heart Foundation and the wonderful work they do for children with heart conditions. It’s very gratifying to be able to plan this event and have our team look forward to a special Halloween trick-or-teat event with the kids. We can’t wait to meet them,” said Level Ten Salon owner and Nevada State Board of Cosmetology Board member Victoria Negrete. “The salon just opened this year and we have a strong priority to give back to the community.”

Children’s Heart Foundation heart kids and heart families are encouraged to come dressed up in their best costumes, enjoy treats and Halloween fun while raising awareness for Children’s Heart Foundation and the work they do to make a difference in the lives of children living with heart conditions in our community. For more information and other ways to donate, visit www.chfn.org.