Brother’s Hair Salon window display strikes a chord!
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Saturday 8 July saw the launch of the first ever Thame Town Music Festival, and town centre shops banged their drums in support of it by taking part in the towns ‘Dress to Impress’ competition. In total 11 shops took part, and Brother’s Hair Salon can now blow their own trumpet as they were crowned the proud winners of ‘Thame’s Best Dressed Shop’.
The entries were judged by Julia Greenhough, Head of Marketing for Ford Retail, the dealership group owned by Ford Motor company. She started her career in retail with Virgin Records back in the eighties when vinyl was the king of the megastore, and is passionate about music – singing with local band Celtic Heartbeat in her spare time. ‘Judging the windows has been an absolute privilege – everyone who participated put so much imagination into their displays. Their hard work helped to add to the unique and wonderful atmosphere that has been Thame’s first music festival’.
This competition, the second of its kind, saw 7 new entries from shops who have previously not taken part. Other shops who just missed out on the prize were Baban, Sobell House, and Green’s Furnishings who won the previous competition.
Date: Thursday 13 July 2017