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     One business in Greenbrier County is getting a financial boost after winning a local competition.
     The Man Cave at Cynthia's was the winner of this month's entrepreneur café hosted by the Greenbrier County Chamber of Commerce.
     Cynthia Deville took home more than $1,300 to put towards a new addition to the hair salon.
     DeVille said, "I'm just giving them an opportunity to come and get services and be comfortable in a place that has more male centered surroundings versus a female centered traditional hair salon."
The Man Cave at Cynthia's will open on June 1 with half-price cuts for the first two months of service.
For more information, visit their facebook page here.
The next Entrepreneur Café will be held in mid September.  
The sponsoring organization will be Greenbrier Valley Economic Development.  Applications are open for contestants at www.gventrepreneurcafe.weebly.com, click Participate.  
For more information about the competitions.