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Salon Today

September 2018

From traditional print ads to social media posts to one salon’s own influencer campaign, the 5th annual STAMP (Salon Today Annual Marketing Program) profiles 31 winning marketing and promotion ideas in 27 different categories, encouraging the salon industry’s best marketers to share their savvy ideas. Ten emerging salon leaders from Qnity’s 2 to 10 compete in a marketing challenge, crafting clever campaigns that move the needle on a particular service category. And, Minerva’s Jeff Grissler, Keune’s Rachael Hoffman and STX’s Jeff Mason kick off the 5th annual SALON TODAY Total Salon Makeover Competition.

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Will It Play in Peoria?

| September 20, 2018

In Editor Stacey Soble's monthly column, she snags an opportunity to watch Heather Bagby teach a Summit Stylist class and witnesses the power of stylists embracing their numbers.

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STAMP 2018: Salon Spa W's Going Global Campaign - Promoting Travel Products

Stacey Soble | September 19, 2018

Salon Spa W's Going Global campaign incorporated a variety of digital and traditional marketing elements and had the whole salon buzzing about spring fashion and travel products. During the celebration, the salon ran a promotion on travel products, allowing clients to pick six and receive a free travel pouch which resulted in $2,600 in sales.

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STAMP 2018: The SpaCanna Escape

Stacey Soble | September 19, 2018

Apothecanna’s philosophy, aromas and textures perfectly resonated with the Habitude guest, so Inez Gray determined 4/20 was the perfect date to co-brand with the cannabis-derived line on a Mother’s Day campaign, because “What do Moms need more than weed cream?” The spa sold more than $45,000 worth of gift cards, attributing its success to the controversial and exciting campaign.

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STAMP 2018: Try a Guerilla Marketing Campaign

Stacey Soble | September 19, 2018

Two of RedBloom Salon's master stylists took the lead on a marketing project that had some legs. Without telling the team why, they asked each member why they love what they do and collected the responses through an online form. On a Monday, when the salon was closed, the team leaders used window markers to write the responses on the salon’s windows to surprise both the guests and the team members.

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