A bit of trivia: When Strandz & Threadz was known as Beauty World, it was located in the south wing of the NABC Pizzeria & Public House (where the game room is now).
McAfee proves yet again that the local chain newspaper’s writers are perfectly capable when given the column inches to explicate a topic. Too bad about the abysmal news room management, but maybe some day it will change.
Strandz celebrates on Friday: “The owners are celebrating the business’ anniversary from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Friday with an open house that will feature door prizes, drinks, appetizers and a trivia contest with a prize of a $250 gift card.”
I’m not sure I can make it, but congratulations and best wishes from the 1117 East Spring Street Neighborhood Association.
Strandz & Threadz celebrates 25 years in Uptown New Albany, by Brooke McAfee (Hanson’s Softening Folly)
NEW ALBANY — For several decades, a family atmosphere has been a key element of Strandz Salon & Threadz Specialty Shop on Vincennes Street in New Albany.
One reason is because it is a family business owned by three sisters, Stacy Tunnell, Julie Young and Stefanie Griffith. Another is the connections among staff and clients at the salon — Stefanie says the environment is reminiscent of the iconic bar in the television show, Cheers, “where everybody knows your name.”
Strandz & Threadz is celebrating its 25th anniversary in business at 322 Vincennes S., where the three sisters set up shop in 1994. The family business actually goes back to 1985, when their parents, Betty and Paul Lenfert, purchased the House of Rosemary and Men’s Corner salons on Grant Line Road, where Stacy was working as a hair stylist. The siblings purchased their parent’s business in 1993 …