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Women in Business 2015: Mother, daughter work together on different tasks in local salon

 

Tonia Copeland

TONIA COPELAND/WESTERN NEBRASKA OBSERVER Rhonda Green, left, and her daughter, Kelly, work in different aspects of Ducktails Unlimited. Rhonda has owned the salon for 27 years, while Kelly recently joined as a licensed nail tech.

Rhonda Green has been in business for 27 years, buying her salon, Ducktails Unlimited, in 1988 following cosmetology school.

Her business originally began in the little building east of what is now Bemis Drug Store, but Green moved to Chestnut Street several years ago.

She attributes her longevity to a faithful clientele and her rapport with the community, and she feels that buying an established business helped.

"Most of my clients are regulars," Rhonda said.

The number of salons in Kimball makes adding new clientele difficult here, Rhonda said. She said that when temporary workers, such...



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