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Quesada Focus


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Martin has created a modern barbershop with a traditional feeling, and for those that are fond of sporting events and the latest up to date news channels, Martin has installed a large screen TV. Tea and coffee will be also be available to those who wish to sit and relax.


For the past two and a half years Martin the Barber has been slowly building a reputation within the surrounding area as being a very professional barber who is committed to his clients' needs. It has been through this dedication that Martin now finds himself wanting to offer more to his existing clientele and to others who have not yet had the pleasure.


He said “It's been fantastic, for the past two and a half years I have worked hard attaining my reputation here in Quesada. Now is the time to move on from the solo position that I have held and open Quesada's very own Barbershop experience.


I'm really looking forward to being able to offer my clients new and old the very best of barbering, and will now be offering the hot towel shave along with usual services that you would expect.”


A lot of thought and hard work has gone into creating a Barbershop that will encourage men of all ages to enjoy the experience of haircutting, and Martin looks forward to seeing it go from strength to strength over the foreseeable future.


Martin and the Cutting Crew are located within Quesada's main high-street in between Johnsons store and Mulberry’s restaurant and opposite the Galp garage.


Martin is looking for Barbers with experience to join the crew. So please don't be shy, you maybe the one he's looking for. There is a room within the Barbershop that Martin hopes to fill with professionals who offer the best in complimentary services for a barbershop. Got an idea, run it through Martin.


You can contact Martin on 688 242 051 or 695 605 285 although appointments are not always necessary.


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