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On March 9th, 2020

Meet Keith Laganosky, Regional Director of Sport Clips’ Northeast Market

Sport Clips Haircuts’ development team has identified the northeast as one of the biggest growth markets for the brand. With its favorable economic conditions and high consumer spending, the area is well-positioned for development. As the brand gains momentum in the area, it has capacity to support a far greater number of stores than it currently has. This represents ...

On February 14th, 2020

Sport Clips Team Leader Profile: Brandon and Carissa Garrett

As parents of young children, Brandon and Carissa Garrett started to discuss what they wanted their future to look like. It was important to them to create a foundation for more freedom and flexibility in their lives as their girls grew. “We knew it would take several years to get any kind of business up ...

On October 15th, 2019

New Sport Clips Team Leaders: Todd and Melissa Bains

Todd and Melissa Bains are no strangers to building a business. Having built one of the largest luxury pet resorts in Texas from the ground up and owning multiple massage and spa experience franchise locations, the Bains know what it takes to be successful entrepreneurs. This year they added Sport Clips Haircuts to their list of investments.   Their entrepreneur journey began ...

On June 25th, 2019

Meet Jerry Eulentrop, the Sport Clips Franchise Developer

 “You can have everything in life you want if you will just help enough other people get what they want.”  -Zig Ziglar  These words are the foundation of how Jerry Eulentrop, Sport Clips Haircuts’ director of Franchise Development, approaches each interaction he has with a franchise candidate. “I want to help candidates get what they want and assist them in determining if Sport Clips is ...

On March 20th, 2019

Day in the Life of a Sport Clips Multi Unit Franchise Owner

Sport Clips Haircuts Team Leader Richard Buxbaum decided early on investing in the right team members would be the key to propel his business forward. “In the beginning, it’s tempting to cut corners, especially when it comes to staffing, but once you do that, you cut yourself short. In the long run, having the right ...