|By Marketwired .||
|August 18, 2014 01:30 PM EDT||
BETHESDA, MD -- (Marketwired) -- 08/18/14 -- Business and community leaders throughout Bethesda and Montgomery County attended the recent grand opening celebration of Roosters Men's Grooming Center (MGC) in Bethesda Row. The event was held in partnership with the Greater Bethesda-Chevy Chase Chamber of Commerce.
"We are delighted with the community's response since our store's opening in June," said Kevin Clark. Clark and his wife Karen are owners of the new Roosters MGC located 7135 Arlington Road.
Maryland Delegate Ariana Kelly, who was among attendees to the grand opening celebration, brought her son in for a haircut soon after store's opening.
"When I took my seven-year-old son Leo to Roosters for a haircut, he loved the large barber chair and getting the same special treatment that the other guys received," said Delegate Kelly.
According to the Clarks, Roosters Men's Grooming Center is designed to bring back the rich tradition of a classic American barbershop combined with modern grooming techniques for men of all ages.
Guests are greeted by Roosters' experienced barbers and invited to relax in oversized leather barber chairs and select from a variety of custom services, including precision haircuts, shaves with hot steam towels and special face conditioners, deep cleansing facial treatments, hair coloring and a line of quality grooming products to take home.
"With school starting soon, it's a great time for guys to come in for a fresh look and enjoy the ultimate 'pampering' experience," added Clark.
Roosters MGC is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday. To schedule an appointment or purchase a gift card, call 301-951-4247. Walk-ins are always welcome.
Roosters MGC in Bethesda Row is one of more than 70 franchises nationwide. The first Roosters MGC was opened in Lapeer, Mich., 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 MGC is part of the worldwide family of Regis companies. For more information, visit www.RoostersMGC.com.
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