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Free haircuts for vets, active military today at the White House Salon

Published on Monday, June 30, 2014

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Staff Sgt. Henry Campbell gets his hair trimmed by Samantha Ball at The White House Salon Monday. Campbell was in Korea, Viet Nam, Iceland and Germany among the six countries he was stationed.
 

Jim Fair

Staff Sgt. Henry Campbell gets his hair trimmed by Samantha Ball at The White House Salon Monday. Campbell was in Korea, Viet Nam, Iceland and Germany among the six countries he was stationed.

 



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Steve M. Barnett retired from serving with the Army National Guard 178th Field Artillery Regiment out of Greer. Colt Davis owner-operator of The White House Salon trims Barnett's hair.
 
 

Jim Fair

Steve M. Barnett retired from serving with the Army National Guard 178th Field Artillery Regiment out of Greer. Colt Davis owner-operator of The White House Salon trims Barnett's hair.

 

 



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The White House Salon at 200 School Street has bunting on its porch and American flags at the end of its sidewalk to signal today's business is all about saying

Jim Fair

The White House Salon at 200 School Street has bunting on its porch and American flags at the end of its sidewalk to signal today's business is all about saying "Thank You" to the military, retired and active, for a job well done.

 

The Army was outnumbering other service personnel receiving free hair cuts today at The White House Salon.

Ret. Staff Sgt. Henry Campbell of the Army was given a trim and shampoo this afternoon. Campbell said he traveled extensively while in the service. “I’ve been to Viet Nam, Korea, Germany and Iceland,” Campbell said of the six countries he was stationed.

Steve M. Barnett, retired Army National Guard 178th Field Artillery Regiment out of Greer, also took up the offer.

Colt Davis, owner-operator, is offering veterans and active military free haircuts today at the salon at 200 School Street. The salon has bunting on its porch and American flags at the edge of the sideway. There is ample of free parking. 

Davis has made his staff available to provide the free service as a way to show appreciation to the military heading into the July 4th weekend.

No appointments are necessary. Hours are until 6 p.m. or last service member is served.  Call 864-877-8877 for more information.

 

 

 

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