Portland barber shop holds 24-hour cut-a-thon for Boys and Girls Club
PORTLAND (WGME) -- Crow's Nest Barber Shop in Portland is kicking off its grand opening, by making a difference.
Owner Frank Crosen says he'll be cutting hair for the next 24 hours straight to raise money for charity.
Crosen is donating at least 10 percent of what he takes in during the cut-a-thon to the Boys and Girls Club of Portland.
“I've been cutting hair for a long time,” Crosen said. “This chance to be able to own a shop and make a difference for the boys and girls club, a place that I was a part of growing up is kind of special for me.”
Crosen says he wants to give the best haircuts in Maine and give back to the community.
If you want to check it out, the Crow's Nest Barber Shop is on Union Street in the Old Port.
The cut-a-thon wraps up Saturday night at 6.