Titletown Barbershop Collecting Men’s Gloves and Socks For A Place To Turn

NATICK – Titletown Barbershop, with two locations in Natick, all collecting men’s gloves and men’s socks for A Place To Turn in Natick.

The barbershops at 11 South Avenue and at the Natick Mall will be collecting gloves and socks from November 19 through December 17. Community members can drop during business hours.

“Title Town is more than just a Barbershop. We are the meeting ground for the community. Where relationships are built through all walks of life. Come into one of our locations to meet our talented barbers and make a new friend,” said owner and founder Josue Pereira.

Pereira is a Boston-based Master Barber with 15 years experience in the industry. With his exceptional skill-set, he serves as the exclusive private master barber to the Boston Celtics, New England Patriots and AS Roma teams and several other athletes over the last 7 years.

Title Town Barbershop first opened its doors on October 2016 in Natick with just Pereira, The location was perfect for locals and commuters that took the train as the shop is located across the station.

Soon after its first month opened they hired a second barber, from there more licensed barbers had to be recruited to keep up with such a high demand of customers. Title Town Barbershop can accommodate from the youngest child to the greatest elder. Later, they opened a second location in the Natick Mall.

The mission of A Pace To Turn is to provide emergency food and clothing to those in need in MetroWest.

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

Susan Petroni Framingham Source Editor Email: editor@FraminghamSource.com Phone: 508-315-7176

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