Q: What's the best thing about Williamson County?
A: Slow-living, a beautiful landscape, historical architecture and great people!
Q: What does your community mean to you?
A: This community is so special because of the support they show local businesses and the way they welcome everyone. We love seeing our neighbors in our shop and seeing neighbors meeting new neighbors and making connections. Scout's is a business that values being accessible and maybe even walkable to our neighborhood! Because Scout's is a barbershop for guys and gals of all ages. We have families, friends and couples all coming for haircuts together. We love welcoming our community into our space.
Q: Tell us about your favorite place in Williamson County.
A: Puckett's of Leiper's Fork. We love to sit by the fire with a beer and people-watch, or go to the wild and ruckus karaoke night!
Q: What is the one thing you want people in Williamson County to know about your business?
A: At Scout’s, we believe you shouldn’t have to sacrifice quality for convenience or price. You deserve a fun, uplifting experience, a stellar haircut, and to feel great about yourself when you walk out the door. Each haircut includes a complimentary beer from New Heights Brewing Company or a refreshing Waterloo Sparkling Water!
Q: What is your favorite thing about what you do?
A: We make people feel good about themselves. We believe that every haircut matters and every haircut or client has a story to tell. We believe that if you look good, you feel good, and then you do good. Scout's has a non-profit initiative called Haircuts for Humans, and we raise money and give haircuts to those who can't afford them to pass along our “Look Good, Feel Good, Do Good” motto.
Q: What is a hobby that you have that is not related to your business?
A: Brooke and Keila co-own Scout's, and while they have lots of different hobbies individually, they share a love for horses, dogs, and good ol' country livin'!
Q: What is your hometown?
A: Brooke and Keila met in Ellensburg, Washington 20 years ago while Brooke was going to college and Keila was in High school. Brooke was Keila's youth group leader!