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No Bachelor No Problem
Region's economy may stop growing, but hair never does
Written by Tammy Walro   
Friday, 11 December 2009 11:05


Ryan Bowen gives a trim to Dan VanEtten.
(Press photo by Ken Grosjean)

During his first semester at the University of Toledo, Ryan Bowen came up with what he figured was a great plan to help finance the remainder of his bachelor’s degree in business.
Bowen not only had a natural aptitude for cutting hair, he also liked it, and his friends and classmates were more than happy to give him the chance to practice on them.
“My uncle owned a barber shop, and from getting my own hair cut and spending time at the shop, I developed an interest in haircutting,” he said. “I thought I would go to barber college, which would take a year, and then work at my uncle’s shop to make money to pay my way through college.”

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