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Fantastic Sams: Johnny Williams, Curtis Taylor and John Calabretto

February 7, 2008

Fantastic Sams:
Johnny Williams, a former director of operations in the Chicago area, has been promoted to director, Urban and Multicultural Development for Fantastic Sams Hair Salons. In this newly-created role, he will lead the development initiative designed to increase the ease with which minority franchisees enter the Fantastic Sams system.

Curtis Taylor, recently a franchise business consultant for Regis Corporation, has accepted the position of Houston market director for Fantastic Sams’ Texas region. He reports directly to Scott Colabuono, president and chief executive officer.

John Calabretto, with over 16 years of experience in the areas of education and salon operations, has joined Fantastic Sams Hair Salons as region director for the Chicago region. In his new role, he will support Chicago area franchise owners
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