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SportClips is headquartered in Georgetown, Texas and was established in 1993 by founder and CEO Gordon Logan. The sports-themed haircutting franchise, which specializes in haircuts for men and boys, is ranked by Entrepreneur Magazine as one of the top 20 "Fastest-Growing Franchises," and in the top 10 percent of the "Franchise 500."

Since 2007, SportClips has helped U.S. service members connect with their loved ones through our Help A Hero program, benefitting the Veterans of Foreign Wars’ Operation Uplink™ Free Call Days. Through company and client donations, almost 2 million dollars have been contributed to the program and more than 2 million calls have been made possible - and counting!

SportClips continue to support the Free Call Days for deployed and hospitalized service members, but beginning this year, SportClips' Help A Hero program raised funds to provide scholarships to veterans. The VFW's "Sport Clips Help A Hero Scholarship" program helps veterans get the education and training they need to begin the next chapter of their lives. Each scholarship will provide up to $5,000 of financial assistance to veterans wishing to further their education during or after military service.

SportClips hosted Aleethia’s Friday Night dinner on October 25, 2013 for 87 injured service members and their families recovering at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

Some scenes from the events of the evening…




SportClips is Proud Sponsor of Joe Gibbs Racing and Drivers Denny Hamlin and Elliott Sadler

Sport Clips Haircuts is an active sponsor in the fastest sport in America - AUTO RACING! They have sponsored NASCAR drivers for many years and even had a car in the 2006 Indianapolis 500 driven by Italy's Max Papis!

“Joe Gibbs Racing” provided 20 NASCAR racing helmets, autographed by drivers, Elliott Sadler and Denny Hamlin for the injured/wounded service members in attendance. NASCAR Driver, Drew Herring assisted with the presentation of the helmets to the troops.


Halloween Treat bags of homemade cookies and more were provided by the Varsity Field Hockey Team of Oakton High School, Vienna VA…

Head Coach Kaitlin Fleischmann and team members, Emily Howe and Sarah Hanson distributed the cookie bags to the service members at the dinner and then loaded the additional bags on the buses headed back to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for the wounded/injured service members unable to attend tonight’s dinner.


Thank you to Oakton High School
Varsity Field Hockey Team!

A special thank you to SportClips for making the October 25th “Friday Night Dinner” a wonderful, fun and memorable evening!

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