A Note from Doug

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Doug Cole posts for photos with Cole's Salon staff and their families!

 
As the holiday season draws near, it’s a special time to reflect on 2015, there are so many reasons to celebrate and give thanks!

This year we celebrated our 36th year in business. We are so blessed to be surrounded each day by an extremely talented and dedicated team along with a community of loyal guests! Our team gave back to our community through Armful of Love, Toys for Tots, Harriet Bishop – Locks of Love, Veteran and Active Service Members complimentary cuts, and much more.

Kicking off 2015 with our theme “Doing the Extreme!” – allowed each individual in our company to challenge themselves in a new and different way. I believe this vibe was seen each and every day throughout our salons!

I am most proud of our team this year for being open to always bettering their best. We strive for continual growth and development and each year they take this challenge head on!   Our goals for 2015 reflect this openness to learning:

  • Extreme and Creative Thinking
  • Everyone committed to daily self-learning
  • Advance our teaching and learning systems
  • Be on the leading edge of current trends

One of my favorite memories of 2015 was at our annual company celebration in February – seeing our talented creative teams come together to produce a beautiful, artistic, inspired, performance that was literally “show stopping.” The hair, nails, and make-up in this piece could have been seen in the heart of New York’s fashion week.

As we move into 2016, I want to continue to live our vision statement; these words speak clearly to who we are and where we are going.

  • A team of happy, balanced,
  • Highly skilled professionals,
  • Whose dreams and passions are fulfilled

Our hearts are overjoyed with the successes of 2015 and the anticipation of another year to come!

Wishing our entire Cole’s family and our communities a holiday season filled with love and special memories as they spend time with family and friends.

Cheers to each of you!

Doug

2 thoughts on “A Note from Doug”

  1. Hi
    I am very disappointed.
    I was on hold for 8 minutes today.
    I hung up.
    I’m currently on hold again going on 10 minutes
    Also a lady in training, Diana called me to be a model.
    I had to cancel (1 hour) due to a migraine.
    I am almost 65.
    Very patient but I have left her two messages in the last two days and no return call.
    I’m quite disappointed because I have always been very pleased.
    Having been an entrepreneur myself…
    Well you can guess

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