We are making history
“If you want to hear never-been-told stories about your parents and grandparents, you might hit Yankee Clipper on Great Road for a haircut.” Hiroko Sato – Lowell Sun
TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE!
“The most important thing… is to give customers what they want rather than what you think would look good on them. – Walter Reynolds
That, coupled with his scissors skills, kept people coming back to the shop — first by themselves, then with their sons and grandsons.”
Hair today, gone tomorrow for Littleton barber retiring after 52 years
LITTLETON — If you want to hear never-been-told stories about your parents and grandparents, you might hit Yankee Clipper on Great Road for a haircut. Sink yourself into the second chair from the left. That’s where Walter Reynolds, a barber since 1962, shears his customers’ hair while listening to them reminisce about serving in wars, cheering for the Bruins and the Red Sox for historical wins, and high-school sweethearts whom they never married.
A GOOD BARBER IS A BUSY BARBER.
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