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New business in Castle Dale: Hott Heads


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By PATSY STODDARD
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Hott Heads recently opened in Castle Dale with owner/operators Shawnee Grindley and Sharelle Hutchings. They are recent graduates of the Evans Hairstyling College in Cedar City. They graduated in October and are opening their new salon in Emery County.

Hott Heads Salon is located at 35 West Main, in Castle Dale. Their new phone number is 381-5517. Hours are Mon. Wed. Fri. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Tues and Thurs 10 a.m.-7 p.m., and Sat. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Grindley said, "We are willing to work around schedules so if anyone needs an appointment sometime that we're not open they can contact us and we'll do the best we can to get them in when it is convenient for them. Walk-ins are welcome in the salon.

"We offer all services; haircuts, color, styles, perms, extensions, waxing, nails, etc. We have tanning beds coming soon. We sell Matrix, Big Sexy Hair, and Joico hair products.

"We will be doing weekly specials on services and products. Another attraction for our business is Brooke Jeffs sells her Coutique items out of the Salon. She has unique watch bands, watch faces, purses, wallets, tutus, hats, beanies, and hair accessories.

"We are excited to begin our careers here in Emery County and we hope to serve all of you soon."

"We are up to date on the latest styles and cuts and we are willing to work with you to get the cut you want. Come in and check us out and see what we can do for you," said Grindley and Hutchings.

Tina Oliver was on hand on Saturday from the Emery County Business Chamber and the Emery County Progress to welcome Hott Heads to the county with a ribbon cutting ceremony where she was joined by family and friends of the new business owners.

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