Sport Clips Founder and Wife Honored for Philanthropy

Gordon and Betty Logan

Sport Clips founder and CEO Gordon Logan and his wife, Betty, who is vice president of the national haircare franchise dedicated to men and boys, were recently recognized with two Georgetown, Texas-area philanthropy awards. The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce presented the Logans with the Jesse (Buz) Sawyer Philanthropy Award for their significant contributions to the Georgetown community, which include supporting Habitat for Humanity efforts both locally and in New Orleans, Gordon's service on the foundation board of the Georgetown Community Clinic/Lone Star Circle of Care, Betty's service on the Chisholm Trail Community Foundation board and the Georgetown Boys & Girls Club board and their work on a national level for the Veterans of Foreign Wars Operation Uplink free call days program. The Logans also recently received, for a second time, the Jeremiah Milbank Society recognition for outstanding contribution to the Georgetown Boys & Girls Club.

“Giving back to our community, our neighbors and our service men and women is a privilege," Gordon said. "These organizations make a huge difference in the lives of so many, and we are thankful that Sport Clips has enabled us to contribute to these worthy causes. Much of our contribution is due to the efforts of the thousands of Sport Clips Team Members and our Clients across the country.  It is truly a team effort!”

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