Entrance, Sandoval County Sheriff Jesse James Casous will get a haircut from barber John Carrillo, whereas barber Rio Lucero serves one other consumer within the background at 66 Cuts Rio on June 26. (Karl Knauf/Rio Rancho Observer)

After slicing hair for 5 years, Jayla Ortiz now will get an opportunity to showcase her barber expertise – and some extra – in her store.

Ortiz and his cousin, Eric Rivera, formally opened 66 Cuts Rio on June 1. Barber’s loyal prospects adopted her in her new ventures, and the clientele grew inside a number of weeks.

“We’re attempting to remain community-based and inexpensive for households,” Ortiz stated.

On June 26, the Rio Ranchoans took half in an eventful ribbon-cutting ceremony. It contains music courtesy of Sandoval County Sheriff’s Workplace Lieutenant John Castaneda, inflatable bouncers for youths, a show of colourful customized bikes, and tacos from the Sanchez Tacos meals truck. Presbyterian Medical Providers Early Head Begin additionally offered info.

Rivera, who owns Passetti Metal Design, has its roots in Rio Rancho. Not solely is he a resident, however his spouse, Anita M. Sanchez, can also be an area lawyer.

“We needed to encourage individuals to go to us,” Rivera stated. “Greater than something, we needed the neighborhood to know.”

Mayor Greg Hull and Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Jerry Shallow launched Ortiz and Rivera, they usually snapped the ceremonial ribbon for his or her grand opening. Haircuts given at a reduction all through the day.

World boxing champion Ortiz was additionally congratulated by late boxer Johnny Tapia’s spouse Teresa and their son Johnny Tapia Jr., who took half.

“I am so excited,” Ortiz stated, “particularly with everybody who confirmed up. It was superior.”

Though there’s a slew of competitors in Rio Rancho, Ortiz and Rivera plan to be greater than a typical barbershop.

Cousins ​​plans to supply magnificence providers in connecting suites quickly. From shaving to facials to first haircut, males, ladies and youngsters are all welcome.

“I wish to hairdresser; It’s like an artwork,” Ortiz shared. “As soon as you have bought that haircut, you are in that second.”

66 Cuts Rio is at 224 Unser Blvd, simply south of Abrazo Street. The store is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to six p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.; And the store is closed on Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sundays.



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