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Barber shop to offer free haircuts to fathers and sons

Friday, June 3, 2011

Stadler's Barber Shop, 1919 Maple Ave., Terre Haute, will be giving free haircuts to fathers and sons from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday, June 18, in honor of Father's Day. Stadler's also has numerous other promotions planned throughout the remainder of the year. Jessica Murray Photo. [Order this photo]
Valley fathers and sons can get their "ears lowered" for free Saturday, June 18.

Stadler's Barber Shop will give free haircuts to fathers and sons between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

"We're doing this because we want to promote the business and bring in new customers. We try to be a really family friendly environment. We play Christian music all the time," Owner John Stadler said.

Stadler's has two locations. One in Terre Haute at 1919 Maple Ave., and the other in Clay City at 204 E. 8th St.

There are four experienced barbers available. John Stadler has 18 years experience, and his father (and former owner) Art Stadler has 45 years experience. Barber John Biberstine has cut hair for 13 years, and Kim Casler has 14 years experience.

This is the first time Stadler's is offering father and son haircuts for free. Before they have offered free children's haircuts, and plan to have a children's day later this year.

Other planned promotions include (all dates and promotions are subject to change):

* Aug. 27- Free haircuts to boys K-12. There will be food, drinks and lots of fun activities for children.

* Oct. 15- Pastor and Missionary Appreciation Day and all ministerial personnel will get their hair cut for free.

* Nov. 11- Honoring all active, retired and reserve military members, as well as emergency response personnel.

* Dec.11- Once again giving father and son hair cuts as a Christmas gift.

The store will be extending its hours in the near future to 7 a.m.- 6 p.m., and will offer a facial, scalp, shoulder and neck massage for $30.

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The picture caption should have read, "Just leave a little on the top." Did that man ask for a haircut or a shave? WOW!!!

-- Posted by sickhorse on Sat, Jun 4, 2011, at 2:14 PM

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