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Heart-Shaped Shear Design

Lauren Salapatek | July 10, 2011 | 11:15 PM

Shark Fin Professional Shears has just announced its new "We Love Our Customers" heart-shaped design pattern.

Heart-Shaped Shear DesignEach new Shark Fin patented handle now displays their new heart-shaped design on the reverse side of the shears to remind customers they are loved and valued by the Company.

"We want our customers to know how much we respect and appreciate them and their business each time they use our shears," says Randy Ferman, CEO and Founder of Shark Fin. He adds, "Our company philosophy is that if we don't take care of our customers, someone else will. Without our customers, you don't have a business."

Shark Fin's patented handle allows for proper finger alignment and when combined with their patented Shear Fit finger fitting system offers the professional stylist an ergonomically designed shear.

For more information, visit sharkfinshears.com or call 888-544-7254.

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