Well it is hard to believe our little family business is soon to be going for 70 YEARS! I really can't express how much it means to me to be a part of such an awesome community of people. From our staff, to our customers I feel so lucky to have chosen this as a career. I have discovered that it takes a special kind of person in this busy, not enough time in the day kind of world we live in, to take the time to seek out a barber shop like ours. We are always striving to make your haircut or shave an experience you will enjoy. We care about our customers, their families, and want you to leave our shop with a smile every time you get a service here. Also, we appreciate the referrals you give us. That is the biggest compliment we can receive in our job.
2014 is going to be all about CUSTOMER APPRECIATION!! Stay tuned for more information on our monthly raffle, March Madness contest, and many more fun events as we kick off our 70th year of making our customers look and feel like the gentlemen they are!!!
So you are new to the area, or are fed up with those assembly line "what number are you?" style shops and are looking to get established with a new barber. There are a few ways to go about finding the perfect match for you. The average man gets a haircut every 3-6 weeks, so finding a barber you can go to regularly will take a lot of the headache out of switching around, and risking one of those embarrassing haircuts that everyone has experienced in their life.
The first thing to do if you are new to the area is ask around, or approach someone that has a haircut you admire, and ask them where they get their haircut.
Another way is to go to a reputable shop, and ask which barber is the best at whichever style you are seeking. A professional shop should be happy to refer you to the barber they think would be best suited to your style.
If you are looking for more of a standard style of haircut, I suggest trying each barber in the shop, until you find the perfect match. The conversation should be easy going, and you should always leave the barber chair feeling happy and confident.
Lastly, don't ever feel guilty switching or trying new barbers in a shop, and don't ever feel bad about waiting for your favorite barber. You are the master of your own hair, and each barber tends to build a clientele that suits their own personality. So be sure to let your barber know how much you appreciate them, and they should be letting you know how much they appreciate you as well.
If you have any questions on how to find a great barber, please comment or email me at email@example.com.
Well after a year of owning the barber shop I am finally getting around to finishing the website. I would like to thank all of our friends, family and loyal customers for making the move such a success.
East Vancouver has welcomed us with open arms, however this year would have been a lot harder without the support of our loyal customers. I realize that the move may not have been convienient for all of you, but please know that your loyalty has not gone unnoticed! So thank you again!
I will continue to put all my efforts to making the shop exceptional for all of you. If you have any ideas, suggestions, or comments, please don't hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The point of this blog will be to connect with our customers on an even deeper level! I would like to touch on all areas of the business, such as current and past styles of haircuts and facial hair, funny stories that happen in the shop, knowledge of hair products, barber biographies, and much more! If you have any ideas on a great blog topic, please message me.
I love to hear from you so please keep in touch,