Shannon Madrishin was streaking in downtown on Thursday for "Paint the Town Pink."
She said she came up with the idea four years ago.
Madrishin dyes streaks of bright pink in her clients' hair during the month of October in honor to help raise money for Morton Plant Mease's Mammography Voucher Program, which provides free breast cancer services to women of a certain income level and who have no health insurance.
Madrishin, a hairstylist and nail technician at Hair Factor, helped the salon's annual "Streak for the Cure" fundraiser become a community fixture at October breast cancer-related events, including Paint the Town Pink, Dunedin's annual downtown shopping fundraiser held in memory of late resident Vicki Branson.
Branson used the hospital's Mammography Voucher Program when she battled breast cancer last year. Branson went into remission and passed away in September.
Madrishin said the pink dye lasts about 15 shampoos.
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