The evening of Monday, February 6th, Jin Williams professional
business networker and fundraiser from The Referralist, along with
Terrie Uba owner and stylist of T&N Hair Saloon, hosted a meet
and greet at the salon located at 1220 N. Hanover St., Pottstown,
PA 19464. Phone: 610-970-1606 Open Tuesday through Saturday,
call T&N Hair Saloon for an appointment or business hours.
This quaint western themed salon is tastefully decorated with
leather couches, complimented with cow hide pillows, and
antiquated cowgirl art. A unisex salon providing services for
cowgirls and cowboys alike! Little cowpoke (child) hair care
services also available.
Terrie Uba stated that at “T&N Hair Saloon we are here to achieve
the highest possible standards in all that we do. To help clients
achieve their most aspiring expectations. We prioritize competitive
pricing, long term relationships, and total customer satisfaction.”
Guests that attended the event were treated to free goody bags
filled with beauty samples, T&N coupons, and pampered with
mini chair massages. The nearly thirty guests in attendance also
had the opportunity to meet with T&N stylists and discuss hair,
nail, waxing, facial, cosmetic, and product options.
Complimentary wine and Mediterranean cuisine samples were
served by Nor Sacli Basol of High Street’s, Bistro 137.
Mini tastings of ‘Jinny Von Cupcakes’ were sold along with raffle
tickets for a free T&N Hair Saloon make over, the proceeds
benefiting the multiple scolerosis foundation.
(https://www.facebook.com/fixmyms?ref=ts&sk=wall ) The “Jinny
Von Cupcakes” were prepared by artisan baker Sam Rhame of
Milkman Lunch Company, another growing Pottstown business
located at 451 North Charlotte Street.
Lisa Futcho-Tucci an Independent Designer at Origami Owl Living
Lockets was also present, taking necklace orders and showing off
this latest fashionable jewelry trend.
This fun event was insight into various culinary, massage
therapy, jewelry, and spa salon services that are available to
residents living in Pottstown. Please click a hyperlink to learn
more about any of these locally owned businesses, and remember
to patronize small town America!