GREENWOOD, Mo. - Trying to get customers in the door is a big worry for all new business owners.
Mitch Weber went to Greenwood, Mo., where one man is learning his patriotism is a big draw thanks to a group of eight grade football players.
Brothers Henry and Sam heard from their step-grandfather about a new barber who needed their support because of the sacrifices he made for our country.
Tommy Marker is a former marine who served in Afghanistan. He and his wife decided to open up a barbershop called Buzzed Haircuts at 503 W. Main St.
Henry mentioned it to his football team, and they decided to support Marker.
So, twenty eighth grade football players from St. Ann's Catholic Parish in Prairie Village, Kan., made an appointment to get their haircut.
Tommy plans to go back to school in the fall to take some business classes to help his new barbershop.
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