Sport Clips’ new Veterans Affairs Officer, Matt Deputy, USAFR, spent eight years on active duty and continues to serve as a reservist. In his new position, Deputy plays an integral role in supporting Sport Clips’ military-focused partnerships, such as those with the VFW and WWFS, and serves as a liaison to veterans who are interested in Sport Clips as a franchise opportunity.
Deputy and Logan recently announced details of the hair care franchise’s support for the WWFS’ High Five Tour. Beginning in June, Sport Clips’ in select cities will host the WWFS patriotically-wrapped 2013 Shelby Mustang GT500 (see photo above) along a 48-state road trip across America in an effort to raise awareness of the organization’s mission. On June 17 through July 26, Sport Clips’ more than 1,000 locations will also help WWFS build custom-designed “smart homes” for two severely wounded veterans by raising funds in-store.
For more information about Sport Clips Haircuts as a military friendly franchise, visit SportClips.com.