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Roosters Men’s Grooming Center: Grand Opening of New Leesburg Location on Friday, June 28
Roosters Men’s Grooming Center: Grand Opening of New Leesburg Location on Friday, June 28

 

On Friday, June 28, 2013, at 2pm, Roosters Men’s Grooming Center will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the grand opening of their new location at 521 East Market Street  in the Bellewood Commons Shopping Center.  Leesburg Mayor Kristen C. Umstattd will officiate the ribbon cutting, along with Tony Howard, President and CEO of the Leesburg Chamber of Commerce.

The Roosters Men’s Grooming Center in Leesburg is the franchise’s second Loudoun County location. Owners Amy & Larry Hall also own a Roosters Men’s Grooming Center in Ashburn.  

“We were met with such an overwhelmingly positive response when we first opened in Ashburn that our dream to open a second location in Loudoun County is now becoming a reality,” said owner Larry Hall. “We are thrilled to become active members of the Leesburg business community.”

The new Roosters Men's Grooming Center caters to the hair and skin care needs of husbands, fathers, sons, grandfathers, uncles, nephews and brothers -- men of all ages.  Roosters’ team of barbers and stylists offers personalized grooming services, combined with the old-school barbershop experience for the modern man.  Customers are invited to relax in oversized leather barber chairs in six semi-private barber stations.  Roosters’ custom services include precision haircuts, shaves with hot steam towels and deep cleansing facial massages.  They alos offer a full range of top-of-the-line hair and skin care products for men.  Military, police, fire, EMS, and other local government employees receive special “hero” discounts year-round.  All customers are automatically enrolled in the Roosters loyalty program and earn points toward free services with every visit.

“In honor of our arrival into the Leesburg market, we are pleased to announce a new partnership with Operation Second Chance,” said owner Amy Hall.   “We are delighted to give back a portion of our proceeds during our grand opening event to this very worthwhile charity for servicemen who have been wounded in the line of duty.”

“We are excited to be chosen as the charity for Roosters’ Grand Opening in Leesburg,” said Cindy McGrew, President & Founder of Operation Second Chance.  “Operation Second Chance is thrilled when like-minded businesses help us raise awareness about our organization and the many sacrifices that our Armed Forces make for our continued freedom.” 

Roosters Men’s Grooming Center is open from 8:00am to 7:00pm weekdays and 8:00am to 5:00pm on Saturdays.  For more information, or to schedule an appointment, please call 571-442-8846 or visit the Roosters website atwww.RoostersMGC.com.  Walk-ins are always welcome.

Larry and Amy Hall are the owners of two Loudoun County Roosters Men’s Grooming Centers locations in Leesburg and Ashburn.  There are nearly 60 franchises nationwide and the franchise is continuing to expand across the country.  The first Roosters was opened in Lapeer, Michigan, in 1999 by Master Barber and Founder Joe Grondin, who strives to give customers the best in men's personal grooming services to ensure the experience brings you back.  Roosters is part of the worldwide family of Regis companies. For more information, please visit www.RoostersMGC.com.