Ultimate shave offered
A new barbershop called Ultimate Shave 603 has opened in Ormond Oaks Plaza, 623 S. Yonge St., offering traditional and modern barbering. The specialty is shaving, and owner Terrence Williams offers three types of shaves: machine, basic razor, and the ultimate shave, which involves four hot towels.
“You’ll be clean and your pores will be closed,” Williams said.
“He was a cool guy,” Williams said. “He always looked good when he left for work and had a lot of respect in the community.”
His granddad inspired him to take up barbering, and the business name, 603, honors his grandad. It’s the house number where they lived.
Williams has 22 years of experience and moved to the area from Orlando to be closer the water.
He is currently seeking barbers to work in his shop.
He said his formula for success has been to have a clean, family-friendly business and put out a good product. Find him on Facebook at Ultimate Shave 603 or call 407-802-6376.
Financial TV show expands
“PlanStrongerTV,” a financial television show that airs on WDSC Channel 15, has gone from two nights a week to six. The program, which helps Americans plan for their financial futures, will now air at 7 p.m. Sunday through Friday.
David Holland, CPA, CFP, the show’s executive producer and host, said the show will feature a variety of shorter segments, including a panel of certified financial planners and an audience participation and question segment.
New shows will air each Sunday night, beginning Sept. 2. Programs from previous seasons will be broadcast Monday through Friday.
PlanStrongerTV, which is produced at Daytona State College in Florida, was recently accepted by the National Educational Telecommunications Association and will now be available to other public broadcasting stations around the country.
Call 671-7526 or email@example.com.
Photog masters her craft
A photography hobby by a working mom evolved into a business, and she has now received the master of photography degree by Professional Photographers of America. Recognized for “superior photographic competence,” Meggan Harper of Meggan Harper Photography will receive the degree at the association’s convention in Atlanta in January.
Harper, who has five sons, started taking photos of her own children and completed the photography program at Daytona State College. In 2009, she started her business. Her photography is studio only, and her specialty is maternity, families and children.
Her previous degree was craftsman photographer.
“Harper’s degrees and all the expertise they require illustrate her accomplishments and talent as one of a select few,” the PPA said in a statement. The PPA has 30,000 members.
Call Harper at 233-4289 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.