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Last updated: September 06, 2017

Sport Clips Announces 2 Leadership Changes!

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Sport Clips Haircuts Founder and CEO Gordon Logan announced Edward Logan has been promoted to chief operating officer, and Mike Runyan has been named chief talent officer. He also shared that President Mark Kartarik will transition out of his role over the coming months.


Prior to joining Sport Clips, Inc.’s executive leadership in 2016, Edward served as vice president of operations and senior director of operations for the company. He joined Sport Clips full-time in January 2010 after working as a consultant in Dallas.


“As Sport Clips has grown to more than 1,700 locations with a presence in all 50 states and Canada, we continue to see the integral role solid leadership plays in the strength of the brand,” says Gordon. “Edward grew up in the business our family began 24 years ago and has been an important part of the innovations driving client service and the technical aspects of operations in recent years.”


Mike served in senior leadership roles with ProQuest, USAA and Bank of America, in addition to leading the professional recruiting teams with Kforce and Orion International.


“Mike will help us optimize our organizational structure to support a growing number of franchisees, team members and our area developers, and he comes to us with a depth of human resources experience,” says Gordon. “The groundwork for this recent momentum has been laid by what Mark’s done in his time with Sport Clips and…we’ve all benefitted from his expertise and contributions.”

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