Sport Clips, the nation’s leading men and boy’s hair-care provider, drew almost 1,100 of the franchise’s team members to its recent National Huddle in Austin, near the company’s home-base in Georgetown.

With the largest crowd in its franchise history, Sport Clips founder and CEO Gordon Logan announced plans for Sport Clips to have 1,000 stores open by 2010 and continue its growth into the northeastern United States. Sport Clips now has 560 stores open across the county.

Special guests of the meeting were ESPN commentator, longtime coach, and December 2008 inductee into the College Football Hall of Fame Lou Holtz, who early on gave his blessing for his “Heart of a Champion” concepts to be integrated throughout the Sport Clips franchise, and NASCAR driver Mike Wallace, whose #7 GEICO Camry is in part sponsored by Sport Clips. Speakers included John Paul DeJoria, co-founder of Paul Mitchell Systems, and Mel Kleiman of Humetrics.

Originally posted by Mark on June 17, 2008 in Franchise Site.


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