Worthington Employee Cuts Hair, Co-Workers Raise $3,000 For ALS

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How much is your hair worth to you?  One man in Huntsville decided to get his cut for a cause -- but there was a dollar amount attached.

Tony Cominotto agreed to cut 13 inches of his hair, but only if his co-workers at Worthington Federal Bank in Huntsville raised $500 for ALS.

Not only did they reach that goal, they exceeded it.  Staff members raised more than $3,000.  And for Tony, that meant saying goodbye to hair he's had for a long time.

"It's been long since 9th grade, so about 10 years," said Cominotto. "I usually donate an amount every two to three years, but this is definitely the shortest I've had it."

After the big chop, Tony's ponytail was donated to Locks of Love.  Worthington also called in a professional to give Tony a real haircut.

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