Cleethorpes hair salon ranked among 'the best in the country' after being handed prestigious award
Staff at Assisi hair salon on Sea View Street in Cleethorpes celebrate their five star rating in the Good Salon guide. From left are, Keirren O'Hara, stylist, David Stephenson, senior stylist and extensionist, Benjamin Gray, senior stylist
By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 11 Apr 2018
A hairdressers in Cleethorpes has been awarded a prestigious title in The Good Salon Guide.
Assisi Hair, in Sea View Street, received a five-star rating which is only given to "top of the range salons with highly-qualified staff and a personalised service".
The Good Salon Guide is the only independent guide to quality standards in hairdressing in the UK and Ireland, and provides customers an easy and reliable way of checking out the best salons in their local area.
In order to be considered for the guide, salons are visited and objectively assessed by top industry professionals. The salons selected are then regularly reassessed to ensure standards are maintained.
Gareth Penn, managing director of the Good Salon Guide, said: “I am delighted that Assisi Hair has succeeded in reaching the standards required to become a member of the Good Salon Guide.
"Being in the guide means a salon is among the best in the country which undoubtedly attracts new business and makes existing clients feel good. For salon owners, membership brings a whole host of free services including business advice, the chance to feature in our magazines and online media as well as great offers.”
Assisi is the only salon in North East Lincolnshire to be placed in the guide, which features the creme de la creme of hairdressing talent across the UK and Ireland.
Jade Smith, the salon owner of Assisi Hair, said: “Being a member of the Good Salon Guide shows we are a fantastic salon in every way. It’s great not only for our clients, but for our team to know the salon has reached such high standards. It makes us all very excited about the future of our salon.”
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