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Frank’s Barbershop Goes National



Frank Gambuzza and Gordon Logan have joined forces for a national launch of Frank’s Barbershop, The Best Barbershop in America, by taking advantage of the superior operating systems of Logan’s Sport Clips organization. As part of this expansion, and because “Frank’s” is a relatively common name and can’t be trademarked nationally, Frank’s will be rebranded as “Gambuzza’s Barbershop,” maintaining its Italian barber image and enabling Frank to honor his Grandfather Gambuzza who immigrated into the U.S. from Italy.

Gambuzza and Logan are both experienced entrepreneurs who founded successful businesses in the beauty industry, each focused on exceptional customer service. Theirs is a powerful collaboration, enabling Frank to take the model he created, and which has been named Best Barbershop in America multiple times, and grow it into a national brand by capitalizing on the extraordinary franchising capabilities perfected by Gordon and Sport Clips.

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