My background consisted of Human Resources, and management positions. I received a BS from Clemson University and then was a stay at home Mom for 8 years. - Andrea Beacom
About Hair Salon Franchises
With all of the other options available, why choose a hair salon franchise?
Hair care is a 59 billion dollar industry that's always growing. The average weekly salon guest count has increased by 10% in the last four years. Industry projections estimate that by the year 2012, 3.5 million more women will start going to salons on a monthly basis. The average price for beauty salon services has also increased by 8%. And women are relying more on full service salons for haircuts, color treatments and various other hair care services. In addition, over 60% of women have purchased hair care products in salons.*
There are also positive numbers when it comes to men. The number of men going to full-service salons is now at 35% and continues to increase. Add it all up and you see why hair care is a recession-resistant franchise opportunity. The hair salon industry is a virtually untapped industry with boundless opportunity!*
Low Start-Up Costs
Hair salon franchises and beauty salon businesses are a sound investment requiring relatively modest start-up funds. Opening a hair salon franchise allows one to go into business for themselves, but not by themselves, with the power of a national brand working for them 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Fantastic Sams franchises operate as all cash businesses, with no receivables and a low inventory.
No Experience Required
80% of salon owners have ZERO hair care experience. As a Fantastic Sams salon owner, you have the option of managing your business and allowing our education team to train the best stylists to serve your guests.
Hair care is a proven concept — high demand and low inventory! Fantastic Sams offers quality services and products for every member of the family at a true value. We are the most recognized name in the industry, supported by national and local marketing.
* All facts and figures according to the 2006 Salon Green Book.