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Sport Clips Receives a Support Our Veterans Award

Anne Moratto | September 26, 2016 | 10:25 AM
Sport Clips Founder & CEO Gordon Logan, Mike & Lynn Sommars, AADF pilot & volunteer, and Darryl Fisher, AADF Founder, accept their award at the Franchising Gives Back Awards Dinner in Washington, D.C. on September 12.

The International Franchise Association's (IFA) Franchise Education & Research Foundation announced the winners of its second annual Franchising Gives Back Awards, who were honored at an awards dinner on September 12 in Washington D.C.  Sport Clips Haircuts  received a Support Our Veterans Award and Sport Clips Founder & CEO Gordon Logan was on hand to accept the award.


• Support Our Veterans Award — Marriott International (Wounded Warriors Family Support), Sport Clips (Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation)


“Our Franchising Gives Back Award winners are such great examples of caring and community leadership and we are delighted to recognize them and the charities that they support,” said Doc Cohen, CFE, Foundation Chairman. “Franchising Gives Back honors them and the thousands of wonderful, individual acts of charity by franchise owners, franchisors, and suppliers throughout the year.”






Sport Clips Haircuts recently received a Support Our Veterans Award during the International Franchise Association's Franchising Gives Back awards presentation. 

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