Meet Rapper Nas’s Go To Barber Luis Benites, The Successful Entrepreneur Prepares To Launch “ Queens Get The Money “

Passionate entrepreneur and owner of New York’s “Headz Ain’t Ready” Barbershop, Luis Benites, announces plans to launch “Queens Get The Money,” an innovative apparel and lifestyle brand Luis Benites looks set to conquer new territories as the serial entrepreneur, day trader, and owner of the legendary Queens New York’s “Headz Ain’t Ready” Barbershop is set to launch a new business – “Queens Get The Money” aka QGTM.

The fashion and lifestyle brand will be officially launched in the Summer of 2021 to provide the best fashion and culture experience to its extensive target audience.

Born in Queens, New York, Luis Benites has been in the business world for over 25 years, starting in 1992 after his brother bought him a pair of clippers for Christmas. Over the years, he has grown his brand to become one of the staples in the barbering industry in New York, servicing notable celebrities like Nas, Big Mike, Young Dolph, and a host of others. Luis has impeccable barbing techniques and the full time father of 4 has been remarkable at balancing his personal and business lives.

Mr. Benites aims to continue his purpose in life – serving humanity, with the launch of his newest business venture “Queens Get The Money.” He hopes to gather all his ambition, spiritual beliefs, and over the top passion for success to provide the best of fashion to his clients. Luis’s vast experience in the lifestyle industry will undoubtedly give him an edge as he has a keen understanding of supplying the demand.

He has tested the market a few times, collaborating with designer Michael John Mendoza, one of the best in the game to guarantee the visions align and nothing but the best gets released.
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