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Fully Booked, LLC

July 10, 2011 | 5:12 PM
Fully Booked, LLC
fullybookednow.com

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Owners: Steven Brooks and Phil Fennell

Fully Booked, LLC

Fully Booked is an innovative alliance of like-minded industry veterans with specialized companies that deliver real-world information and resources. All are still salon owners with tested and proven marketing systems, along with the programs, promotions and planning to “get ’er done!”

Why we’re different: Fully Booked is the beauty industry’s complete source of best practices for salons, spas and independent stylists and provides the means to not only measure and manage your business, but maximize its potential as well.

How we work: Fully Booked is proudly represented by The Beauty Agents and has been described as the “business agents for change.”

Catch us at: Fully Booked will be seen, and especially heard, at most industry shows, seminars, as well as in-salon and in-school. In addition, Fully Booked can deliver unconventional education and events for you and/or your team.

Our advice: “Leaders of the industry will now need to find, understand and execute best practices, as well as leverage all the resources and technologies available to get it 100-percent right, with 100-percent of their guests, 100-percent of the time.”

2011 wisdom: “Fully booked is not merely a destination, dream or desire it is a bold and empowering journey for those who get it.”

Fully Booked, LLC

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