Close

Salon Management

American Crew Honors Veterans at Military Base for Veteran's Day

by Jamie Newman | November 13, 2018
1/6
Slider
2/6
Slider
3/6
Slider
4/6
Slider
5/6
Slider
6/6
Slider

American Crew honored Veteran’s Day by setting up shop at Fort Belvoir Exchange in Virigina, the largest army and air force Commissionary in the world. 

The American Crew mobile barbershop was camped out at Fort Belvoir to provide all veterans and military personnel complimentary haircuts along with thousands of samples of American Crew favorites. Stylists offered a menu of 10 different styles from American Crew's Master of Men’s Grooming program.

The Fort Belvoir Military base conducts $10M in sales annually to veterans and active military patrons. With this in mind, American Crew knew this would be the perfect location to give back to as many amazing men and women that tirelessly serve the United States as possible. 

The Army and Air force Exchange Service Fort Belvoir shopping complex contains: Main Store, Food Court, Home & Garden, MCSS and Concessions and the Satellite Pharmacy, all in one shopping complex and contains 21 mall stores. It serves soldiers, airmen, guardsmen, reservists, retirees and their family members with services such as beauty shops, food outlets, catalog services, gas stations, movie theaters, and military clothing stores.

Originally posted on Modern Salon

Kati Whitledge, entreprenuer, speaker, author, podcaster and owner of Be Inspired Salon in...

Salon Management

How to "Serve" as a Leader

by Kati Whitledge

As the leader of your salon, what does it mean to serve? Salon Owner and SALON TODAY Blogger Kati Whitledge explores the different ways you can serve your team members, then gives you a pep talk stressing why it's important to keep it up.

Find out why over 400,000 subscribers love our newsletters

David Tashjian and Mitch Eubanks at the front desk of the Mitchell Wade Hair Salon in Oviedo,...

Salon Management

Reinventing the Beauty Industry's Tipping Model

by Stacey Soble

When salon owner Mitchell Eubanks brings in the tipping platform Tippy, he realizes multiple benefits--he stops playing banker and saves on credit card processing fees; his stylists get their tips deposited into their bank accounts more quickly; and his clients have a convenient mechanism for tipping on their credit cards.

Videos

In our video section, watch salon professionals in action, listen to the advice of salon business experts, and tour inside the world’s top salons.

Load More