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2014 Coaches and Consultants Guide: SSBC School Division

Stacey Soble | November 1, 2013 | 4:01 PM

Summit Salon Business Center—School Division
summitsalon.com
800-718-5949 or 763-478-9787
[email protected]
OWNERS: Glenn Baker, Heather Bagby, Michael Cole, Frank Gambuzza, Dave Kirby, Randy Kunkel, Sharon Kunkel, Peter Mahoney, Scott Missad, Galvin Salsbery and Kristi Valenzuela

The School Division of Summit Salon Business Center (SSBC) helps cosmetology school owners by growing the school’s salon area sales and teaching the students how to GROW THEIR INCOME WHEN THEY GRADUATE!

WHY WE’RE DIFFERENT: We teach school owners to run the salon area floor like a salon! Based on the four growth indicators of client count, prebooking, average ticket  and retail sales, students learn how to provide an exceptional client experience.
HOW WE WORK: Utilizing the Over the Top curriculum by Michael and Mary Cole, SSBC employs its coaching strategies that have consistently grown salon companies by an average of 20 percent!

CATCH US AT: For a complete calendar of Summit and Strictly Business seminars, please go to summitsalon.com.

SMART TALK: Students are the future of our industry! Cosmetology schools that embrace a perfomance-based methodology on the salon area floor are changing the industry. Schools learn how to better their best on a daily basis and acquire smart business skills for the future.

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