• Sport Clips Haircuts Ranks Among Top Franchises for Veterans

    Georgetown, Texas (Nov. 13) – Independent franchisee satisfaction research firm, Franchise Business Review, has identified Sport Clips Haircuts as one of just 80 franchises to qualify for its 2018 Top Franchises for Veterans list. Additionally, respected media enterprise Entrepreneur has named Sport ...
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  • Why Veterans Make Great Franchisees

    Cheston Syma is a United States Marine Corps veteran and a successful entrepreneur. Like other veterans, his experience in the military has helped in his role as a business owner. “The skills I relied on in the military, the work ethic, the dedication and focus,” explains Syma, “have helped me find ...
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  • How Sport Clips Haircuts Came to Define Their Values

    At Sport Clips Haircuts, three simple rules sum up what it means to have the Heart of a Champion. Do what’s right Do your best Treat others the way they want to be treated These principles sum up how Sport Clips communicates with its team leaders, how team leaders are expected to interact with their ...
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  • Joining a Franchise System

    Joining a franchise system has many advantages. Becoming part of a successful and viable business model means you don’t have to reinvent the wheel. The established framework is accompanied by comprehensive training and support from the franchisor, as well as a network of other franchisees. You also ...
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  • Sport Clips Team Leader Profile: Jason and Alyssa Bowman

    By the time they reached their 30s, Jason and Alyssa Bowman were established in their industrial engineering careers. Jason, a financial analyst for a credit card company and Alyssa, an operations analyst with a hospital, will both tell you something was missing. Jason says, “We came to the ...
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  • Sport Clips Team Leader Profile: Jeremy Aydell

    As a certified public accountant, Jeremy Aydell spent his days poring over what felt like endless financial statements. “One day I realized I had no desire to become a partner at my firm. I wasn’t excited about accounting anymore,” he recalls. He continues, “I did a lot of auditing in my work and I ...
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