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Young Entrepreneur Starts New Business

This article first appeared in issue 30, and was written by Linda Waggener.

Becky White, daughter of Rev. Terry and Marci White, opened her new salon, Allure Hair Design, in July. The Chamber of Commerce held an official ribbon cutting on July 15 at the grand opening on Fairgrounds Street.

The young entrepreneur says she is looking forward to serving all ages from children to students to senior citizens, and both men and women. She is offering packages to make it easy for customers to choose something from all areas of her services including the usual salon works, along with body massage and tanning beds. Her ad on page 7 in this issue of Columbia! tells all the details and offers money saving coupons to entice people to come in and see her. Besides White, you'll also find Kathy Hitch, stylist, and Laurel Blevins, massage therapist at Allure.

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