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V's Barbershop

Need an old-fashioned retro feeling franchise idea? Check out V's Barbershop!

Franchise Profile — V's Barbershop

V's Barbershop started off as an idea for a classy men's salon in 1999.

Today, V's has become so popular that the owner, Jim Valenzuela "V" has opened multiple locations.

V's Barbershop currently operates nine separate shops between Arizona and California. These shops aren't those quick, buzz-and-go types. The employees really care about the man's hair. Most salon's these days will not groom or pamper their male clients face. V's Barbershop aims to change that.

Franchisees will receive state of the art training on how to run their franchise. Location will be based on a "right-of-first-refusal" in that the franchisee will get to choose their territory as long as it is within a 5 mile radius of a town of 50,000 people or over.

Initial investment varies from $200,000 to $300,000 based upon location. Those fees take everything "including the barber's sink" into account.

Being old-timey isn't bad at all, V's Barbershop sure proves it!

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