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said he has experienced similar customer loyalty.“You get a lot of repeat customers” he said “If you have to take a day or so off it seems like they’ll wait for you”And customers in Walsh County are waiting for a good reasonRoger Allmaras 52 wasn’t even born when Pederson opened his shop and he jokingly referred to himself as the rookie of the group He said when he opened his shop Roger’s Corner Cut in 1983 in Grafton there were three barber shops in Grafton aloneWith only three left in the county the aesthetic and familiarity of a traditional American barbershop is a rarityPersonal touchAs the only barber in his shop Pederson had to devise a system to let customers know where he was when he stepped out of the office to get a cup of coffee at the Cenex gas station down the streetWhen a customer walks into the shop and finds it empty he is directed to press the blue button on a pager in a wooden chair When he does Pederson receives a page and hustles back to the shopThis is only part of the personal touch Pederson employs with his clients which is fitting for a town of less than 200Pederson also gets their email addresses so he can send them an email if he won’t be working It helps customers who come from out of town — as far as Larimore in neighboring Grand Forks County or Lakota in neighboring Nelson County — but Pederson said the only problem is that many of his older clients don’t have computers let alone email addressesAt 80 Pederson is somewhat of a local celebrity On the way to the gas station for coffee a woman drove by on a golf cart and handed him one of his hair bibs — she had sewed it up for him Inside the station a man walked over with an old photograph of Edinburg that he asked Pederson to date for him Hard to quitAll three of Walsh County’s barbers have been in business for a long time Allmaras as the youngest of the three has even been open for more than 30 years“If you do something for 33 years you must like it” he saidFor Pederson he never expected to work in Edinburg for so long The shop’s previous owner was in business for 27 years and Pederson said he used to think the man must’ve been crazy for staying that longBut after 60 years in town the camaraderie is what makes Pederson hesitant to retire especially at his age“So many of my clients are older clients and they’d wish someone would come and see them” he saidContinuing to work allows him to keep in touch with a lot of old customers and people he said but doing it as a barber has an added bonus: He gets paid to visit with people“So how can you beat that” Pederson asked laughing “They come and have a good visit and leave you money afterward”Moen agreed with Pederson’s thinking Moen likes the independence of the job and the sense of purpose it has“I like it because you’re your own boss and yet you’re serving the public” Moen said “You’re there if a person needs you”Call Richie at (701) 780-1134;(800) 477-6572 ext 1134; or send email [email protected] Joseph Kolo, as he had already passed on.com that the complainant was found in Ofada village performing ritual, fraud, "Mom.

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