Pretty terrible racism. I doubt he or she would be writing this to a migrant from the United Kingdom.
Shazly opened her first Salon in 2005. In 2009 the Salon won the Best Small Business award at the Business Excellence Awards hosted by the Hutt Valley Chamber of Commerce. Shazly Boutique was also opened in 2009. The following year, in 2010, Shazly won the Most Inspirational Role Model award at the HER Businesswoman of the Year Awards and Shazly Salon & Boutique was nominated as a finalist in the Best Small to Medium Enterprise category.
Also in 2009, Shazly Salon was recognised as an Industry Training Champion by the Hairdressing Industry Training Organisation (HITO). This was presented in a book published by HITO and titled Champions. This celebrates an elite group of New Zealand businesses committed to apprenticeship training to ensure a skilled future for the New Zealand Hairdressing Industry.
Sounds like she’d be a great City Councillor to me. A good profile of her here.
Her billboards have also been defaced with swastikas.