Clifton Ross, left, and Lavaris Stanford hold a check for $10,000 that was presented Thursday to Overtown Youth Center’s Buzzbox, which builds and runs pop-up barbershops made out of shipping containers.
Clifton Ross, left, and Lavaris Stanford hold a check for $10,000 that was presented Thursday to Overtown Youth Center’s Buzzbox, which builds and runs pop-up barbershops made out of shipping containers. José A. Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com
Clifton Ross, left, and Lavaris Stanford hold a check for $10,000 that was presented Thursday to Overtown Youth Center’s Buzzbox, which builds and runs pop-up barbershops made out of shipping containers. José A. Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com

The do-good ‘Sharks’ pick a winner: pop-up barbershops

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