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Armstrong Mccall is a traditional franchise business with a digital twist. This means that they create personalized, branded content that follows the company’s strategic marketing goals. Check out this infographic to see how they use content marketing to achieve success.

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They were my favorite beauty supply house in Tucson, WERE being the operable word here. Armstrong-McCall, apparently without warning to either their customers or their employees, were locked-out... (Source: www.mapquest.com)

Founded in 1939, Armstrong McCall, L.P. is a full-service marketer and distributor of top-of-the-line professional beauty supplies and salon furniture. Based in Tucson, Ariz., it offers a range of equipment, such as styling chairs, stools, mats, shampoo chairs, bowls, shampoo units, pedicure equipment, dryer chairs, rolling carts, roll bouts, caddies, reception furniture, manicure tables and nail equipment and facial beds, among others. The firm is a distribution wholesaler to salons, stylists, nail technicians, estheticians and massage therapists. (Source: www.mapquest.com)

www.genequityco.com)Armstrong McCall became a client of Generational Equity after attending a seminar in Dallas led by Senior M&A Advisor Sandy Nacht. Managing Director Terry Mackin and his team, along with Martha Fouts, led Generational Equity’s deal team in marketing and negotiating the transaction, which took 11 months to complete. (Source:

Armstrong McCall is the marketer and distributor of top-of-the-line professional beauty supplies and salon furniture. Located across the United States Sun Belt and Mexico, the Company’s network of locally owned and operated beauty supply franchises offers fullservice distribution to licensed professionals in the salon and spa industry. Armstrong McCall sells wholesale directly to salons, stylists, nail technicians, estheticians and massage therapists and not to the general public. Armstrong McCall’s corporate headquarters is located in Austin, Texas. (Source: www.genequityco.com)

On February 25, 2020 one bottle of Moroccan Oil shampoo and one bottle of Moroccan Oil conditioner was purchased from the Armstrong McCall in Lewisville for resale to a customer of mine. My customer tried the product and was unhappy with the results of the product as compared to use of the same product in the past. I attempted to exchange the product on March 4, 2020 and was told by the store manager that they would not be able to except an exchange on defective product since the product was open. I asked to speak with the owner of the store and was initially refused the opportunity to speak directly with anyone above the manager. the "owner" spoke with the manager and I was offered an exchange if a 25% restock fee was paid. They stated that their store policy is returns and exchanges must be done in 24 hours for full credit. The return and exchange policy is unfair and unrealistic when they serve the professional beauty community and no product would typically be used or resold and used in 24 hours. Armstrong McCall corporate office was contacted and I am waiting on resolution from them. The store manager and direct contact above the manager where rude and lacked all basic customer service skills. Product_Or_Service: Moroccan Oil Color Care Products Order_Number: XXXXXX Account_Number: XXXXXXXXXXXX (Source: www.bbb.org)

Senior middle blocker Daryn Armstrong strikes the ball against Georgia Southern Nov. 7. The Mountaineers fell to the Eagles 1-3. (Source: theappalachianonline.com)

Even through adversity, the Mountaineers still put up an impressive game. Two Mountaineers posted double digit kills in the sweep, with senior outside hitter Victoria Wilform and junior outside hitter McCall Denny both posting 12 kills. Senior middle blocker Daryn Armstrong followed close behind with eight. Junior setter Sam Bickley dished out 25 assists and defended the floor with seven digs. Emma Reilly posted a team-high 13 digs over the match. (Source: theappalachianonline.com)

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They were my favorite beauty supply house in Tucson, WERE being the operable word here. Armstrong-McCall, apparently without warning to either their customers or their employees, were locked-out... (Source: www.mapquest.com)

Founded in 1939, Armstrong McCall, L.P. is a full-service marketer and distributor of top-of-the-line professional beauty supplies and salon furniture. Based in Tucson, Ariz., it offers a range of equipment, such as styling chairs, stools, mats, shampoo chairs, bowls, shampoo units, pedicure equipment, dryer chairs, rolling carts, roll bouts, caddies, reception furniture, manicure tables and nail equipment and facial beds, among others. The firm is a distribution wholesaler to salons, stylists, nail technicians, estheticians and massage therapists. (Source: www.mapquest.com)

“Our goal with any deal is to create win-win transactions that provide value to both our clients and the eventual buyers,” said Mackin. “This deal was no different than any other in that it required due diligence along with financial flexibility and creativity to complete. In the end, we are proud to say that both parties were able to walk away happy and our client, Armstrong McCall, was able to maximize the sale value of their business.” The deal was completed on April 1, 2009. (Source: www.genequityco.com)

On February 25, 2020 one bottle of Moroccan Oil shampoo and one bottle of Moroccan Oil conditioner was purchased from the Armstrong McCall in Lewisville for resale to a customer of mine. My customer tried the product and was unhappy with the results of the product as compared to use of the same product in the past. I attempted to exchange the product on March 4, 2020 and was told by the store manager that they would not be able to except an exchange on defective product since the product was open. I asked to speak with the owner of the store and was initially refused the opportunity to speak directly with anyone above the manager. the "owner" spoke with the manager and I was offered an exchange if a 25% restock fee was paid. They stated that their store policy is returns and exchanges must be done in 24 hours for full credit. The return and exchange policy is unfair and unrealistic when they serve the professional beauty community and no product would typically be used or resold and used in 24 hours. Armstrong McCall corporate office was contacted and I am waiting on resolution from them. The store manager and direct contact above the manager where rude and lacked all basic customer service skills. Product_Or_Service: Moroccan Oil Color Care Products Order_Number: XXXXXX Account_Number: XXXXXXXXXXXX (Source: www.bbb.org)

Even through adversity, the Mountaineers still put up an impressive game. Two Mountaineers posted double digit kills in the sweep, with senior outside hitter Victoria Wilform and junior outside hitter McCall Denny both posting 12 kills. Senior middle blocker Daryn Armstrong followed close behind with eight. Junior setter Sam Bickley dished out 25 assists and defended the floor with seven digs. Emma Reilly posted a team-high 13 digs over the match. (Source: theappalachianonline.com)

 

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