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The black history history parade was not the only festivity today,
They held a festival inside the Victoria Community Center.
When you think of getting a haircut, the barbershop comes to mind. Well exclusive kutz brought the barbershop to the community.

"its great to just be out here and give back to the community. we are all out here striving to be successful in businesses and why not be able to help each other by giving half off or extending services to those that need it," explains Michael Todd, Owner of Exclusive Kutz.
Owner Michael Todd says it feels to give back to the community.
"its a blessing to be a blessing," says Todd.
Customers were eager to get a half off a haircut.

"Far as the half price haircuts, i think they are wonderful," tells Victor Roberson, Customer

"being supportive to your local community and you know that is a key thing, from the smallest thing in life.just being out there and supporting your local community," declares Shawn Gonzales, Customer.
Our own Jesse Kelly hopped into the chair to get a haircut.
Those who attended the event say black history is important to celebrate and pass on to future generations.
"Black history is not about black people in Victoria, you know we have surrounding towns. Edna, Cuero, Hallettsville, Yoakum, and you know Goliad. You know we are trying to get more people to come out, says Roberson.

"Just go out there and teach your kids, teach your kids and show them the right way and get them involved in everything and that way they will learn how to grow up in life, adds Shawn Gonzales 
You can visit Exclusive Kutz at 205 N Star DR, J, Victoria, TX, 77904.
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