Bill Kurkers First Hair Cut Promo: Indianapolis- NORA AREA 317-259-8329 Bill Kurker has been a keystone in the cosmetology industry in Indianapolis since 1977. He opened his first full service salon and spa with 8 stylist an a skin care specialist and ran it for over 40 years. Now he has his own studio for new clients and ones that have been dedicated for years. Normal Rates - Cut $40-50 men & women, Color $65-$140 Perms $100-$140.
1030 east 86th suite 34 F Indianapolis St
Bill is dedicated to Indianapolis Area:
President Indianapolis Cosmetology Association in the 1980's for 3 years & the national cosmetology association for indana in the late 1990's 3 years as well. Director of the Continuation Education Program for state of Indiana 1 year
Trustee at Christ the King Church for 30 years, Member Knights of Columbus 25 years & Council Trustee
Deputy Grand Knight, volunteer, & Officer on the Realty Board for K of C
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