UPDATED — Elvis hasn’t left the building yet, but he’s planning on it.
“As a barber, it’s a prime location,” Brewer says.
He expects a lot of walk-in traffic and business from nearby tenants, of which he says there are many.
The plan is to slightly change the name of the business and go with a “very old school” style, Brewer says.
The name DeVille’s Barbershop & Shaving Parlor shows “the focus of where we’re going,” he says.
Brewer says he and Willson want to “go back to roughly the ’20s, ’30s, when they did a lot of shaves – straight razor shaves.”
“They’re getting more popular as the days go by,” Brewer says.