Season 2:

Sport Clips Franchise Review: Jesse Keyser

Based in St. Louis, MO, Jesse runs 27+ Sport Clips locations across 5 states. He has been in franchising since his mid-twenties, and has experience across multiple franchise brands. Keyser understands the true benefits of being able to enjoy several types of freedoms that the average person may not get to have on certain levels. Tune in to hear his story about where he got to his current status, and his future goals.

Sport Clips Franchise Review: Jeremy Aydell

Meet Jeremy Aydell, a former CPA turned franchisee of Sport Clips in Louisiana and Mississippi. Jeremy’s transition from the world of finance to entrepreneurship has been nothing short of remarkable, as he has managed to own 15 franchises in the booming hair care industry. With his keen business acumen and unwavering determination, Jeremy has not only thrived in his role as a franchisee, but has also established Sport Clips as a go-to destination for top-notch grooming services in the region. Join us as we delve into Jeremy’s inspiring journey, uncovering the challenges he faced, the lessons he learned, and the secrets behind his phenomenal success.

Sport Clips Franchise Review: The McMurdo Family

The McMurdos are a family of legacy franchisees who own several Sport Clips locations in the Colorado and Wyoming area. Their success has been driven by their commitment to quality and customer satisfaction, built over the years by providing exceptional service and high-quality products. They are well-respected in the community for their business acumen and dedication to giving back. As a family-run business, the McMurdos prioritize teamwork, communication, and mutual respect, working together to achieve their shared vision for the business. Their success is a testament to their hard work, determination, and willingness to adapt to changing market conditions, making them a fixture in the community and a powerful example of a strong family business.

Sport Clips Franchise Review: Debra Sawyer

Debra Sawyer is a successful franchisee who owns multiple Sport Clips franchises in Virginia and Florida, with a background in financial planning and accounting. Her extensive financial background, coupled with her personal connection to the hair industry, has enabled her to excel as a Sport Clips franchisee. Her grandmother’s work at a hair salon inspired her to explore the industry further and led her to Sport Clips, where she recognized the potential for growth in the men’s grooming industry. Debra’s attention to detail, financial expertise, and commitment to providing top-notch customer service have earned her a loyal customer base and a reputation as a successful business owner who ensures her franchises are run efficiently and effectively.


Sport Clips Franchise Review: Edwin Greer

In this podcast, Edwin shares his inspiring story, discussing how his military background has helped him succeed as a franchisee, and offering valuable insights and advice to others looking to enter the hair industry. He talks about the challenges he has faced, and the strategies he has employed to overcome them, providing a wealth of knowledge and experience that will be of interest to anyone looking to start their own business.

Sport Clips Franchise Review: Amanda Mazzone

Amanda Mazzone is a franchisee who owns three Sport Clips stores in New Jersey. Her story is one of hard work, determination, and a passion for the hair industry. Amanda began her journey as a stylist at Sport Clips, where she quickly rose through the ranks and became a manager. She then decided to take the leap and become a franchisee, opening her first store in 2014. Since then, Amanda has expanded her business to three locations, all of which have been thriving under her leadership. Amanda shares her inspiring journey, offering valuable insights and advice to aspiring franchisees and entrepreneurs.

Season 1:

Sport Clips Franchise Review: Dan & Angie Roberts

Today we have some very special guests, Dan and Angie Roberts, owner of 10 Sport Clips locations, the married couple opened their first store in 2007 and open their most recent store a few weeks ago. In that time, they become two of the top performing team leaders in the Sport Clips franchise network. In fact, the Roberts have won the Logan award twice, named from founder Gordon Logan, the award measures all of the stores in the franchise network for customer satisfaction, revenue growth, and more. So winning it twice is a big achievement. In this episode, we talk about how their 10th grand opening is their best yet, their hopes for the future, and much, much more.


Sport Clips Franchise Review: Richard Buxbaum

Today we’re speaking with Richard Buxbaum, owner of ten Sport Clips locations and counting. Richard started with two locations when he came on board eight years ago and has continued to invest by opening up more stores time and time again. In fact, he is looking at locations as we speak. All of his phenomenal growth is even more impressive since he has kept his day job which in Richard’s case is a successful career in Real Estate. In this conversation, we talk about all of that and much, much more.


Sport Clips Franchise Review: Nick Choat

Today we’re speaking with Nick Choat, owner of multiple Sport Clips locations in the Sarasota area, Florida. Nick comes to Sport Clips after decades in the corporate world, where he had successful careers with some of the largest companies in the world, including Disney. Looking for a business he could run with his wife, Nick chose Sport Clips because he wanted flexibility, work life balance and the ability to scale, all of which he found in Sport Clips.

Sport Clips Franchise Review: Arif Taj

Arif Taj is the owner of eight Sport Clips locations California. Arif is an entrepreneur through and through from growing up in his family business, to always owning businesses even as he built a successful career in the corporate world. Arif opened his first Sport Clips location in 2008, and has continued to grow ever since. In this conversation, we talk about why Arif decided to invest in Sport Clips, how owning a business allows him to make a big difference in his community, and why entrepreneurs should leap into business ownership, and much, much more.


Sport Clips Q&A with CEO, Edward Logan 

Today we have a very special guest, Edward Logan, CEO of Sport Clips. Edwards tenure as CEO began in 2020. Under the extremely challenging circumstances of a global pandemic. Under Edwards leadership, Sport Clips not only fully recovered from the pandemic, but emerged a stronger brand, with continued expansion into new markets.In this conversation, Edward opens up about the importance of having a strong culture, why Sport Clips is a worthy investment. And what makes Edward excited about the future, and much, much more.


Sport Clips Q&A with Founder, Gordon Logan 

Today we have a very special guest, the legendary founder of Sport Clips, Gordon Logan. Gordon launched Sport Clips in 1993 because he saw an opportunity in the haircare industry to cater specifically to men and boys. As a result, he not only pioneered the men and boys hair salon industry, he also grew Sport Clips to over 1800 locations across the country. The secret to the decades of growth that Sport Clips as experienced over the last three decades is the result of the strong culture that Gordon established, which is all about helping people unlock their full potential.