New Locker Room Haircuts comes to Southwest Austin, plus other business news

Locker Room Haircuts opened a new location at 8900 South Congress Ave. in July. (Courtesy Locker Room Haircuts)
Locker Room Haircuts opened a new location at 8900 South Congress Ave. in July. (Courtesy Locker Room Haircuts)

Locker Room Haircuts opened a new location at 8900 South Congress Ave. in July. (Courtesy Locker Room Haircuts)

A barbershop, a taekwondo studio and other businesses have opened in Southwest Austin since June.

1. Locker Room Haircuts opened in June at 8900 S. Congress Ave., Austin, and specializes in men’s and kids’ cuts as well as beard-trimming in a sports-themed environment. The salon owned by Kyle and Danya Maxfield provides shampooing and beverages with each haircut. The salon also offers walk-ins and has several locations across Texas. 512-531-9114.


2. On July 19, Clement’s Paint opened a new location at 4301 W. William Cannon Drive, Austin. It is the sixth location for Clement’s. The locally-owned chain has serviced the Austin market for more than 35 years. It sells Benjamin Moore paint and other decorative finishes. Clement’s Paint management chose to add another location in Southwest Austin due to the area’s growth and accessibility to major roads. 512-358-6111.

3. Exacta Bookkeeping & Tax Services opened a new location at 8900 S. Congress Ave., Bldg. 2, Ste. 125, Austin, in June. The full-service bookkeeping firm serves business and individual clients throughout Texas. Three other locations exist in Round Rock, Georgetown and North Austin. The business offers tax preparation; free consultations; and estimates on taxes, free past year tax reviews, IRS audit representation and files back taxes starting with the 2001 tax year. 512-733-7300.

4. In August, Won’s White Tiger Taekwondo opened a new martial arts studio. The studio in Oak Hill at 7100 Hwy. 290, Ste. A-1, Austin, aims to use martial arts not only as a form of fighting but as a self-improvement system. Masters Juyeon Won and Yeunjoo Park are both winners of the 2016 US Open Taekwondo Championship silver medal. They offer lessons for adults and children as young as three. 737-202-5896.
By Maggie Quinlan

Reporter, Southwest Austin/Dripping Springs

Maggie joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in July 2021 after a year spent covering crime, courts and politics at The Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Washington, near the border with Idaho. In Southwest Austin and Dripping Springs, Maggie covers education, business, healthcare, transportation, real estate development and nonprofits. Prior to CI, she graduated from Washington State University, where she was managing editor of the student newspaper and a section editor at her hometown newspaper based in Moscow, Idaho. Maggie dreamed of living in the Austin area for years and feels honored to serve the communities of Southwest Austin and Dripping Springs.



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