Becca Cowles

Becca Cowles

Owner operator of Vagabond Salon

Becca Finn is a NAHA (North American Hair styling Awards) recognized stylist who is passionate about her craft. She loves learning all the latest trends and current tricks of the trade. She has an eye for detail that creates unique and personalized styles for each and every one of her clients.

She is known for creating modern and natural cuts and color using the latest trends in hair and fashion. She is also known for caring about our environment. She is taking these two passions and opening Cincinnati’s first portable, eco-friendly salon. While salons are notoriously wasteful, Vagabond Salon will have zero to very little negative impact on the environment.

Vagabond Salon is currently ran out of Salon Concepts in the Montgomery area of Cincinnati, Ohio. It will be relocating to an eco-friendly salon in the Madisonville neighborhood in the Spring/Summer of 2018.

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Contact Becca:

(513) 472-0202
bcowles63@gmail.com
https://www.linkedin.com/in/beccacowles
https://www.facebook.com/beccafinn.cowles

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The Ferrari Brothers

The Ferrari Bros

Austin Ferrari

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Tony Ferrari

Tony is a successful chef, restauranteur, and lifestyle personality. He was inspired to become a chef during his first kitchen job at age 13, washing dishes and making fresh pasta after school. He later graduated from culinary school at Johnson and Wales University, and worked at a variety of notable Miami restaurants before travelling to Europe to learn about old world technique and culinary traditions. Ferrari then received a James Beard and Jean Louis Palladin Foundation grant to travel to Thailand and the west coast to study holistic farming, cooking, and agriculture. Today he splits his time between San Francisco where he owns Hillside Supper Club and Provender Coffee, and his hometown Cincinnati where he owns Ferrari Barber & Coffee Co. and Mom’ N’ em Coffee. His current project is Ferrari Bros, a brand that represents real estate, lifestyle, hospitality, travel, and consulting. He can be found riding his ducati, at food and wine events, or tinkering with his vintage car collection.