At the end of September 2014 Benita will continue the long tradition of barber shop hair styling with the re-opening of Lloyd’s Barber Shop here in Fort Collins. The new location is 226 South College Avenue – right next to Tony’s and Poudre Valley Appliance.
Traditional barber shop services with minimal wait time. Walk-in and take a seat – you’re next! We look forward to seeing our returning customers and new clients in the Old Town area. Please stay tuned here for more information and thank you for visiting here today.
Lloyd’s Barber Shop reopens in November 2014 at a brand new location. The new space at 226 South College Avenue Fort Collins, Colorado is nestled between Tony’s and Poudre Valley Appliances. Once inside you’ll find Benita, the hard working daughter of Lloyd Gomez providing men’s barbershop styles to existing and new customers.
Benita is a native Fort Collins resident and has spent many years listening and watching her Dad Lloyd take care of his customers with a great story, an eye for detail and a friendly smile. Benita will make you feel welcome in the new shop and she hopes to see many returning customers along with new customers looking for a Haircut, Wash, Beard Trim or simple Neck Clean-up. When you’re stylin’ with a fresh haircut – the day is right!
When asked how things were going during the construction and design phase for the new location Benita said,
“Refreshing the vintage chairs and equipment was a bit more involved, but the new luster on these classic items is amazing. I matched the color and kept the design simple to make the space comfortable and inviting. I’ve learned a lot about getting a space ready and I am anxious to step in my Dad’s footsteps by providing excellent Barber Shop in Fort Collins. With this great location it’s even easier to keep up with your haircut!”
Prices are listed here on the website at BarbershopFortCollins.com. Make your appointment at Lloyd’s Barber Shop – and Benita will be with you shortly. Call 970-227-7286 for your next haircut or trim.
— June 2014 —
Note: This article originally appeared in the Coloradoan. Written by Pat Ferrier.