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2012 STAMP Winners

September 5, 2012 | 2:19 PM

WITH 40 HONOREES IN 24 CATEGORIES, SALON TODAY’S ANNUAL MARKETING PROGRAM PROMISES A YEAR’S WORTH OF FABULOUS MARKETING AND PROMOTIONAL IDEAS TO GROW YOUR BUSINESS.

WHEN YOU CONSIDER IT, marketing really is a grander version of the “Show and Tell” sessions we all enjoyed in elementary school. It’s your chance to grab your community’s attention, show them why they should visit your salon or spa, and tell them all about your outstanding services, products and staff.

Creating a marketing piece that breaks through today’s communication clutter can be a challenge. Hoping to help with that effort this year, SALON TODAY established SALON TODAY’s ANNUAL MARKETING PROGRAM, or STAMP, and invited our salon owner community to show and tell their best marketing work in a competitive setting.

We hope these ideas inspire some creativity in your own business, and we invite you to flag your favorites, tweak them for your own purposes, and as always, let us know the results. From our editorial staff and salon owners and managers everywhere, a very special congratulations to the 2012 STAMP winners and a huge thank you for generously sharing your innovative ideas.

 

Traditional Marketing

 

Digital Marketing

Campaigns

 

Branded Salon Materials

 

In-Salon Marketing

 

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