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Men on Facebook: Would you exchange a post on Facebook or Instagram or a tweet for a shave or beard trim? If you are anywhere near the Marylebone area of London Sept. 18 through 20, you can do just that.
Online retailer Yes Sir is teaming up with “gentlemen’s grooming room” Man Made London on what they are calling “London’s first social media barber’s pop-up shop.”
Men who visit Man Made London Sept. 18 through 20 will be able to pay for wet shaves or beard trims with Facebook or Instagram posts or tweets, including photos with the hashtag #SHAVEMESIR.
Customers can also enjoy popcorn and beer and browse Yes Sir’s products in the store.
Yes Sir Co-Founder Rupa Ganatra said in a release announcing the event:
We’re excited to be launching this unique pop-up shop with (Man Made Founder and Creative Director) Dan Gregory and the Man Made team. Both of our brands are active on social media and enjoy engaging with loyal supporters and customers, and we are excited to create a unique and enjoyable experience for them as a way of saying thank you.
Man Made and Yes Sir have worked together for almost one year, and we have a great partnership. By launching London’s first social pop-up barbers, it will give us a chance to showcase what we do and bring together the finest products with the finest gentlemen’s grooming.
Readers: Would you post on Facebook or Instagram or tweet in exchange for a shave or beard trim?