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Waco businesses show support for law enforcement after Dallas tragedy

WACO, TX (KXXV) -

Several Waco businesses are showing their support for Dallas Police and local law enforcement after the July 7 tragedy that left five officers wounded and several injured. 

La Bella Salon & Beauty Lounge posted on their Facebook page that there would be free services provided for officers.

Services provided include haircuts, pedicures, massages, mini facials, brow waxes.

The salon is located on 4312 W. Waco Drive.

Popular western wear company Cavender’s has also launched a promotion that shows support for the Dallas Police.

The company launched the in-store promotion that will sell paper badges for $1. All funds raised will be donated to the Assist the Officer Foundation.

Cavender’s will match sales of the badges with a donation up to $5,000. The badges will be able to be purchased at all Cavender’s stores.

“Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families and friends affected by this tragedy,” said Clay Cavender, Vice President of Merchandising for Cavender's in a press release. 

Waco’s Cavender’s location is at 4637 S. Jack Kultgren Fwy.

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