Sport Clips Celebrates Opening of 800th Store

Sport Clips Haircuts, the nation's largest men's and boys' hair care provider, celebrated the opening of its 800th store by giving back to the greater Seattle area through hosting a free youth baseball camp and giving a donation to the Mariners Care organization.  The baseball camp offered training and fun competition by Sammamish Baseball Academy for youngsters 13 and under, and camp participants received four free Mariners game tickets to the September 27 Mariners game against the Oakland A's.

Announcement of the donation amount of $8,000 was made at a "towel cutting" ceremony, symbolizing Sport Clips' signature MVP Experience that includes a steamed towel treatment, massaging shampoo, and precision haircut, at the franchise's 800th store, located at 17158 Redmond Way in Redmond. 

On hand for the event was Sport Clips CEO and Founder Gordon Logan, northwest area developers for Sport Clips, Phil and Laurie Brown and local Sport Clips owner, Rob Crandall. They were joined by Redmond City Council President Richard Cole and members of the Redmond Chamber of Commerce.

"Sport Clips is fortunate to have experienced such remarkable growth over the past few years, and as part of that growth, we've made a commitment to be active in the communities we serve," says Logan.  "We presently have 23 stores open in Washington and Oregon, with plans to increase that to 35 stores by the end of next year.  Ultimately, Sport Clips plans to open 70 stores in Washington and Oregon over the next few years, working with our local small business franchisees, supporting 1,000 jobs in the area.

For more information about Sport Clips franchise opportunities visit SportClips.com.

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