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Great depression Peter Lehnert, Nalbach, Barber accepted ‘old money’ with the action of billions haircut reminiscent of hairdresser Peter Lehnert in the Saarland Nalbach in the “Black Friday” 80 years ago, by the 25.10.1929 and the crash of the New York Stock Exchange, which plunged the world into an economic crisis unprecedented until then. Despite the great depression, Franziska Lehnert then opened a hairdressing salon which continues today in its third generation – all crises despite. With the courage of the founder, decades of experience and high technical quality, which are grown at hairdresser Peter Lehnert and over the generations, you want to defy the renewed crisis. The 250,000 hairdressers and salons around 73,500 German Salon feel negative consumer confidence in the company and a penchant for saving at the time. An effective way out of the crisis, according to Peter Lehnert, is to reflect, which is originated from the tradition of the German craft out on the quality craftsmanship and the fashionable zeitgeist and the Life of today brings in the daily work. Paired with a natural way of dealing with the customers and a clean and honest service you will survive this economic crisis, too. As a reminder of the past crises, their hair cut in all former Saarland currencies that were current since the company was founded in 1929 in the Saarland, can pay every Friday by the 23.10 up to Nov. customers at hairdresser Peter Lehnert..