How a woman’s death changed the face of beauty, business, and social change
Harries shaving club, which is based in the city of Vancouver, has been one of the most successful and popular hair salons in the country.
In 2018, the business had more than 100,000 customers.
The club has also had a significant impact on social change, says Breanna Shaver, co-owner and director of the club.
Shaver started working as a bartender in 2005, and in 2009 she started a barbershop at the barbershops in the downtown core.
Today, the club hosts a monthly hair show that has become a cultural event, and has become something of a community gathering spot.
Shaving club co-founder and president, Breanna Sharpe, with her husband, Rob, after they opened the club in 2016.
Shavers husband Rob is a co-chair of the Harries shave club.
(CBC) The club, founded in 2005 by Rob and Breanna, was a success story for the business.
After the recession, the salon saw a huge boost in sales, and by 2010, the Shavers had over 300 salons on the books.
The Shavers also made a name for themselves with their signature shave cream.
But that wasn’t enough to keep the business going, says Shaver.
In 2016, Shaver and Rob launched Harries, which they were hoping would take the pressure off of the recession.
The business went from $1,000 to $50,000 in a few years, and the Shaves closed up shop.
But Shaver says she’s proud to be part of the business and her husband’s success.
“The impact it has had, the change in the culture, the community, and I think that’s a lot,” she says.
“People have been wanting to do something to make it better, and so it was great for them to go out there and try it and see what it was about.”
Shaver’s husband Rob Shaver was also a co‑chair of Harries.
(Breanna Shavers) Shaver has been at Harries for almost 20 years.
The two have been married for almost a decade.
In 2009, Shavers daughter died suddenly, and she started thinking about how she could help others who needed to take a risk, she says, “to get their life back together.”
She took the business public and began offering classes and workshops.
And that started to build a community.
Now, the couple has a dedicated social media account that has more than 40,000 followers and is also active on Facebook.
In the last year, the social media campaign for Harries has attracted more than 70,000 people to the club and to the salon, says Sherry Shaver: “There’s more people here than ever before.
It’s a community that we’re just really proud of.”
The Shaves’ salon at the corner of Burnaby Boulevard and Highway 1, on Burnaby Street, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 16, 2019.
(Stephen Lam/Canadian Press) Shavers and her business partner Rob are working to make the community feel safe.
They’ve been working with a social worker to make sure that the people attending the salon are in a place where they can feel safe, but also are encouraged to do their jobs safely, and to keep themselves safe.
Shavans team also wants to get out there with the public to educate people about the importance of safe working environments.
They have created an online safety course for Harriers customers and are also helping to create a website, which has more information about the club, like the safety guidelines and safety tips.
The social media team has also partnered with the city and city council in an effort to raise awareness of the safe working environment.
Shaves also wants the public, especially women, to understand the importance in being a responsible adult.
“If you don’t know, that’s how I feel,” she said.
“I think that we all need to know that it’s not OK to do that.”
She says the club’s social media presence has also helped to make Harries a social media powerhouse.
“It’s become the go-to place for people who are interested in getting involved in the industry,” she explained.
“We’re just a really cool little place to hang out and hang out with people.”
Shavers has also launched a social networking page for the salon and is looking to expand the service to other locations in the future.
“A lot of the time we have people coming in, and we’re like, ‘What are you doing?
You don’t need this,’ and we want them to feel confident that they can get involved in this business and have a safe experience.”
Harries is one of many in Vancouver’s downtown core that have embraced social media to bring about change, and Shaver hopes that by continuing to promote her salon,