P&G Salon Professional, which includes brands Wella, Sebastian,
Graham Webb International, Clairol Professional and Nioxin, is making a
promise to its salon owners and professionals to help them thrive
during hard economic times.
“We’re not talking about just surviving in these changing times,” said
Reuben Carranza, managing director of P&G Professional Care, “We
are the trusted partners to those salons that are thriving. We’ve
talked with many of our partner salons, especially those using our
business-building techniques, and they are already seeing that ‘light
at the end of the recession tunnel.’”
In the coming months, P&G is launching a campaign to ensure all
salons have business education as well as the service and retail
incentives to help them emerge from the recession with a healthy
business. They will share stories from successful partner salons and
encourage other salons to share their success stories.
In the first of a series, three successful salon owners and P&G
partners will share their inspirational stories: Eva Scrivo, Wella’s
newest spokesperson and owner of two namesake salons in NYC; Dan
Johnson of Chicago’s Mario Tricoci Salons & Day Spas and Joseph
Cozza of Joseph Cozza Salon in San Francisco.
To take advantage of the P&G resources, visit pgsalonprofessional.com.
The site features e-mails you can sign up for, classes at The Studios,
and a 90-day, no-risk opportunity to try Sebastian and Nioxin products.
Visit the site to learn more about these opportunities from P&G.
The St. Baldrick’s Foundation, the largest private funder of childhood cancer research grants, is proud to announce that Sport Clips Haircuts has recommitted their efforts to conquer childhood cancers and will donate another $1 million to St. Baldrick’s over the next three years.
Farouk Systems, Inc. hosted its fourth bi-annual CHI Education Symposium for cosmetology instructors across the US. More than 80 instructors from CHI Partner Schools traveled to Houston for this three-day educational event.
A few months in to the Wahl Fade It Forward program, the chosen students have found that the support from UCAN, a Chicago social service organization, has given them a leg up at His & Hers Barber School.
Lakmé USA announced that Steve DeCola has joined the Lakmé team as the National Sales Manager. In his new role, he will be working closely with all members of the team to increase the Lakmé footprint and distribution across the United States.
At the national headquarters of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S., the Vietnam War veteran who founded Sport Clips Haircuts handed over a check for $1.35 million to the VFW Foundation in order to support Help A Hero.