Weldon Barber to open new location in Redmond

  • Tuesday, December 6, 2016 11:00am
  • Business

Weldon Barber will open a new location in Redmond on Friday. Courtesy graphic

Weldon Barber — a modern, luxury men’s barbershop with locations throughout the Northwest — is opening a new store in Redmond.

There are currently seven Weldon locations, with the new Redmond location at 17887 Redmond Way, Suite 110, in the Whole Foods center, will bring the total to eight.

At Weldon, clients can enjoy overstuffed leather chairs in the waiting area and traditional barber chairs at the stations, each with its own sink. In celebration of the opening of its new store, Weldon Barber is offering free signature haircuts from Friday through Dec. 16. This haircut includes a customized haircut, a scalp massage, hot towels and neck shave. Customers of all ages who are interested can book online at www.weldonbarber.com/redmond or call the shop at (425) 896-8474. Walk-ins are also welcome.

Weldon first opened in 2004 in Spokane, later expanding to the greater Seattle area. Weldon’s hallmark is that it is locally owned and not a franchise with a culture focused on professionalism and service, not gimmicks. The company currently has 85 employees and has served more than a one million customers.

“Our customers trust our professional and talented barbers to provide an experience that consistently delivers excellent service,” said Weldon president and owner Suzette Nordstrom. “Long-term relationships that are built on trust are our foremost goal. We are thrilled to be able to make many new friends and become a part of the Redmond community”.

For those interested in joining the Weldon team, visit www.weldonbarber.com/careers for more information on opportunities at their Issaquah, Mill Creek, Kirkland, downtown Seattle and Redmond locations.

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