A veteran Omaha barber has opened in Midtown Crossing, bringing his passion for people and old-fashioned customer service to Omaha’s unprecedented urban development. 44-year-old Arlan Peak says he is thrilled to have finally opened his doors for business. Peak’s list of offerings includes shaves, men’s facials and a variety of services for women.
Trained at the Minnesota School of Barbering and Moler Barber School in Minneapolis and Joseph’s Barber School in Omaha, Peak began cutting hair in 1996. He has worked for and learned from numerous shops in Omaha including Great Clips, Harley’s Barber Shop, Red Hot Barber Shop and Sammy Dee’s Barber Shop. He counts among his regular clients Omaha Mayor Jim Suttle, former Omaha Mayor and mentor Hal Daub, and State Senator Brad Ashford.
For more information about Midtown Crossing, please visit their newly-designed web site, www.midtowncrossing.com or contact Molly Skold at (402) 598-9676 or Molly.Skold@mutualofomaha.com.