Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Story on hairstylist sparks flood of interest
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Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 12 Jan 2007, p. 5


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LISA TALLYN Staff Writer Delia Martins, a visually impaired hairstylist, has become somewhat of a celebrity following the appearance of a story on her in The Independent & Free Press Jan. 5. Since then Martins has heard from several media outlets interested in the fact that, despite her severe visual impairment resulting from detached retinas, she continues to work as a stylist. Martins, the owner of Pro Hair Design in the Georgetown Market Place, said the CBC interviewed her Wednesday, CITY TV was there yesterday (Thursday) and CNN was scheduled to do a story with her Friday. She has also been contacted by the producer at VIP On Air, a radio station in Glasgow, Scotland for blind and partially sighted people interested in interviewing her. Martins said she can't believe the response her story has generated.

Delia Martens cuts the hair of her son, Jordan Dorego, 16, at her Pro Hair Design shop. A recent story in The Independent & Free Press on Martins has sparked a flood of media inquiries, including one from CNN. Photo by Ted Brown


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TALLYN, LISA
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Newspaper
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Date of Publication:
12 Jan 2007
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Martins, Delia
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CNN ; CBC ; Pro Hair Design ; CITY TV ; Georgetown Market Place
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Halton.News.222680
Language of Item:
English
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Story on hairstylist sparks flood of interest