Events, Salon

dPT Flea Market 2013


It only took one special fund raising dinner for the partners at dPT to see what buildOn was doing for teenagers in need and everyone was on board to help this organization raise money for a good cause.  Timely enough, we already had the dPT flea market idea in the works and it was then a simple decision to bring the two ideas together.  It was a recipe for success—- A group of like minded hairdressers with big hearts and stuff to make or sell along with Maya Batki, our dPT community organizer acting as director for the event.  Of course we couldn’t have done this without our friends, clients, sponsors and employees.

Thank you everyone for helping us help others.

-Kim Todd





The DPT Family


It has always made me crazy when people ask if diPietro Todd is a franchise. It is true, we have 5 locations and 6 business partners so I guess technically that makes dPT a franchise. To me the word franchise denotes a business with no soul or one that is very generic and cold so I looked up the word franchise to get the true meaning. Franchise: “The right or license by a company to an individual or group to market it’s products or service in a specific territory.” I still don’t like the sound of the word or the definition. What Andrew and I have done at diPietro Todd in our 21 years of business is create opportunities for people to grow within our company. We have selected people as business partners who are like-minded in our work ethic and our principals about treating people with respect. We are all on the same page when it comes to maintaining a standard of work that is modern and current while working with our clients to make sure what we select for them is perfectly suitable to their lifestyle. We all also believe in mentoring the next generation of hairdressers. Thank you Cynthia Rapp, Winona Lewis, Shelly Mohr, Amita Moticka, Maggie and Dylan Ponicsan. You’re the best!

See you,
Kim Todd