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- Super Bowl 50 Recap
- Love and Barbers
- BBU Awards Winner – Reggie Antonio
- Where’s Angelo?
- Barber Spotlight – James Williams
- 6 reason to attend Bronner Brothers in Feb
- and more…
Super Bowl 50 Recap
Peyton Manning benefits from MillerTime
The media and fans made it all about Peyton Manning riding off into the sunset. (see his on field interview after the win)
We thought Carolina would press him into a bad decisions and give the game away.
The thing is he did both but he didn’t lose the game?
Because it was MillerTime! Von Miller had one of the greatest playoff runs ever. His pressure set the tone and exposed the lack of receiving talent around Newton.
Peyton didn’t play entirely bad but there was always a feel he was about to throw that pick six! Coming close on at least 3 occasions.
None the less, Manning is now a 2 time Super Bowl Champion! He is the only QB with 200 total career wins. And now it’s time to take that ride…
Just make sure, if Von Miller comes calling, for anything at all, Peyton better be there asap!
Love & Barbers:
(The I Corinthians 13 Edition)
BBU Award Winner:
BarberTime correspondent “Ambitious” Angelo Padin heads West for the International Salon & Spa Expo in California.
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Social Media Spotlight
Social Spotlight Feb 1st 2016 – James Williams
James Williams, known as Jim the trim, is a 26 year old Welsh barber that started at the age of 17 as a hairdresser then converted to a barber a year later because he found it more interesting. He opened his business with his father, who runs the business side of it as James stays in the background and cuts hair. They are now expanding as a business , as last year they won best barbers in a Wales 2015 ceremony.
James is always looking to improve his barbering skills whether it’s fading or styling.
Social Media Helps Master Barber Grow Business
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Master barber Akeem Akway is driven, talented and a standout in his field, and now his work is garnering both attention and accolades.
He was born in Ethiopia. When he moved to the states 15 years ago, he knew his name would be on a building someday. That dream is now a reality thanks, in part, to friends, fans and followers.
In six years, the 24-year-old has graduated from high school, mastered barber school and has become a business owner.
His skills cut out the competition. Akway said he has more than 400 clients’ numbers listed in his cell phone. His razor sharp talent has even caught the attention of several Minnesota Vikings players.
“My friend was saying you’re actually the celebrity,” Akway said. “They are calling you. It’s cool. I’m cutting professional athletes. It’s working.”
What’s working for Akway is social media.
Bronner Brothers is coming…
Check out this barbers 6 best reasons to attend!
Dr. Boogs the Barber MD MD, The Private Office Barbershop, Boston MA