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Coping With Sandy-How the Panico Salons Pitched In

Jack Panico chats about he, his team and salons pitched in to help other salons and the New Jersey community displaced by Hurricane Sandy

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Surviving Sandy: Arrojo Studio

With a live education event in progress when the superstorm hit, Arrojo Studio had to find shelter for 60 visiting Arrojo ambassadors, all while trying to fulfill product orders and communicate with salon clients without access to power.

Surviving Sandy: Stories of Courage and Strength

A salon closed for days by Hurricane Sandy keeps spirits up with a belated Halloween celebration—see how they dealt with the crisis.

Flood Control

Now that we've dealt with the initial shock of the flood damage, it's time to roll up our sleeves and work on getting this salon up and running. For me, that means dealing with insurance and solving the flooring issue. Check out my journal entries from days four through seven.

Surviving the Flood

What happens when you find almost three inches of water in your almost-new salon? That's what happened to me, and this blog shares my day-by-day experience from notifying customers to working through insurance agencies to reopening our doors, better than ever.

Combating Catastrophe

 A fire, a walkout, tropical storms—three first-hand accounts demonstrate that emergency action plans can protect salons from devastating loss and pave the way for new beginnings.

Combating Catastrophe

 A fire, a walkout, tropical storms—three first-hand accounts demonstrate that emergency action plans can protect salons from devastating loss and pave the way for new beginnings.

Does Your Salon Have a Prevention Plan in Place for Disasters?

“In the state of California, everyone is lawsuit-happy and employees have more rights than employers. We spend a lot of time and energy on our policy and procedures manual to prevent being taken to court and losing our business

Does Your Salon Have a Prevention Plan in Place for Disasters?

“In the state of California, everyone is lawsuit-happy and employees have more rights than employers. We spend a lot of time and energy on our policy and procedures manual to prevent being taken to court and losing our business