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KINGSHEAD CELEBRATES 45TH YEAR IN BUSINESS IN OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER

Sept. 26, 2013

KingsHead Hair Salon, located at 1246 N. Van Buren in downtown Milwaukee, will celebrate its 45th year in business in October by offering a special 10-10-10 hair replacement discount to Milwaukee area men and women, according to Dave Lemke,owner and founder.

“From October, the 10th month of the year, through November 10th, we will provide a 10 percent discount off any hair replacement or hair extension option.

“Even if you’ve yet to discover KingsHead, you can join our regular clients and save 10 percent off your purchase price,” he says. “With our long experience and exciting options there's no hair loss problem we can't solve.”

Throughout his long career, Lemke has developed the unique expertise to help people with natural or illness-related hair loss, he says. “Visit us and discover which hair replacement option would best suit you and your lifestyle. Or have us do a free evaluation on the replacement you're already using. Phone us at 414-273-4848 or 800-258-4848 and set up your personal and confidential appointment,” he suggests.

KingsHead’s other services include hair styling and coloring, hair restoration, and spa services including facials, waxing, massage and pedicures. More information is available at www.kingshead.com.
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