Wallyhood welcomes our newest sponsor, Robert W. Hass Salon, located at 3700 Wallingford Avenue North, in lower Wallingford. Robert opened his cozy, neighborhood salon in 2002 and works side-by-side with stylists Amy and Lindsey. So what sets the salon apart from all the others in the neighborhood? Robert explains:
What we love most about our salon is the fact that we have all chosen to work together for so long, we feel like family. And we like the fact that we are a family friendly neighborhood salon, and the guys and kids can come in and feel comfortable too. The atmosphere of the salon is homey and inviting, professional but not intimidating. I want the fanciest woman to be able to come in and let her hair down, and the soccer mom to come in and leave feeling fancy.
I can personally attest to all of the above because I’ve been a client since they opened in the neighborhood, and over time, they’ve taken on my entire family. Aside from the magnificent job they do in keeping me purdy, the cool thing about the salon is that I see folks from the neighborhood every time I’m there, so they truly are a part of the community. Stop by and check them out or visit them online: www.robertwhass.com.
Thank you, Robert W. Hass, for your support, along with our other fine sponsors:
Bedrooms and More: Another great example of why it pays to buy local: the people who own and run this store are local folks who want you to have a good night’s sleep and, while they’re at it, want to make the world a better place. Read our welcome message to get the feeling for who they are, then ask yourself: do I deserve a good night’s sleep?
Chroma Salon and Spa: Owners Bryce Frances and Dan Deaver have been Wallingford residents for the last six years and have truly enjoyed getting to know the neighborhood. Chroma Salon and Spa is built around a team of professionals that are trained in hair services, spa services, and customer care. They are committed to helping guests achieve their desired look and radiate from within by providing only the highest quality salon and spa experience using Aveda products exclusively.
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