New Sport Clips Haircuts CEO to succeed founder

Edward Logan is the new CEO of Sport Clips Inc. (Courtesy Sport Clips Inc.)
Edward Logan is the new CEO of Sport Clips Inc. (Courtesy Sport Clips Inc.)

Edward Logan is the new CEO of Sport Clips Inc. (Courtesy Sport Clips Inc.)

Sport Clips Haircuts founder Gordon Logan announced July 7 that his son Edward Logan will succeed him as the new CEO of Sport Clips Inc., the franchisor of the Sport Clips Haircuts system.

"Edward has grown up in the business and played a key role in the company's growth since he joined full-time in 2010, setting new standards for excellence as president and chief operating officer," Gordon Logan said in a news release. "It's been rewarding working closely with him these past 10 years, and his leadership during the COVID-19 crisis has been exemplary."

As chairman of Sport Clips, Gordon Logan said he looks forward to supporting Edward Logan in his new role to continue the steady growth of the business and the continual improvement of the franchisees’ profitability.


"We will rise above the current challenges everyone is dealing with, and we will do so by continuing the values-based legacy of Sport Clips that makes everyone within Sport Clips feel like family," Edward Logan said in the release.

After graduating from Southern Methodist University and prior to joining Sport Clips, Edward Logan served as a consultant with Deloitte Consulting in Dallas. In his early work with Sport Clips, Edward Logan oversaw the company-owned stores, taking many of them to top performers within the system and working to pioneer companywide innovations used throughout the system today, the release said.


Sport Clips is headquartered in Georgetown.
https://sportclips.com


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