Shackelford’s Barber Shop to close doors


GRAFTON—After serving residents for 46 years, Shackelford’s Barber Shop will be closing their doors, but fear not, a new barber will be taking over the location.
Chuck Shackelford, owner, would like to announce that his business has been sold to Kenny Montgomery and will now be the new home of the Blue Line Barber Shop.
“I have been a barber since the age of 17, and I would like to thank all of the loyal customers who have trusted me and allowed me to serve them over my 46 years in Grafton,” expressed Shackelford.
Through his service, Shackelford has been able meet a plethora of individuals, and has the opportunity to serve generations of families.
He said he has valued each and every customer who has passed through his shop over the years.
“Each and every one of you has been a blessing and provided me with many happy memories,” Shackelford voiced. “May God bless all that have made my time as a barber a wonderful and fulfilling career!”
And while folks might be sad to see Shackelford go, he assures everyone that he is leaving them in talented and capable hands of Montgomery, the Blue Line Barber.
Those wishing to schedule an appointment may do so by visiting the Blue Line Barber Facebook page, www.facebook.com/thebluelinebarber, to keep up to date with his schedule under the “Book Now” button.
By clicking on the “Book Now” button, customers may also go ahead and secure a time in the Blue Line Barber’s chair. Of course, individuals may also call or text Montgomery at 304-918-7697 to set up an appointment.

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