Winn Claybaugh's MASTERS Audio Club Now Available in Downloadable Digital Formatby MASTERS Audio Club on 1/27/2011
For the first time, MASTERS Audio Club, the monthly audio program featuring interviews, success secrets, and business-building presentations by the absolute best leaders in and out of the beauty industry, is now available in digital audio format.
Winn Claybaugh, founder and host of MASTERS Audio Club says, “Our subscribers asked us to go digital so they can download and listen to MASTERS on their iPods and other digital audio players. I’m thrilled to announce that new subscribers can now choose between traditional CDs and our new MP3 format, and they can download many of our archived interviews in either format, as well.”
According to a 2010 report from the Pew Research Center, nearly half of the American adults surveyed (47%) own an MP3 player. By recognizing the growing trend and meeting their customers’ demand, MASTERS leads the way in becoming a tech-savvy member of the beauty industry.
“We’re also very proud to be going green,” Claybaugh says. “I take very seriously my responsibility to be a steward of this planet, and going digital with MASTERS is great way to help eliminate non-reusable materials and packaging. I’m also happy that we can help people save money in the current economy.” The digital MASTERS sell for $9.95, compared to $12.95 for the CDs, and interviews can be purchased individually or as an ongoing monthly subscription.
Claybaugh has interviewed over 325 icons for MASTERS to date, including beauty industry luminaries like Vidal Sassoon, Yosh Toya, Sam Brocato, Robert Lobetta, Trevor Sorbie, Vivienne Mackinder, Robert Cromeans, David Wagner, James Morrison, and many other NAHA winners, salon owners and stylists, makeup artists, and estheticians. The MASTERS archives also include leading experts in health, fitness, business, networking, and relationships.
All of the 2009 and 2010 MASTERS are now available in digital audio format, including new interviews with Paul Mitchell Co-owner Angus Mitchell, NAHA winners Ruth Roche and Chris Sorbie, Olympic gold medalist Peter Vidmar, fitness expert Chalene ("Turbo Jam") Johnson, Biggest Loser chef Devin Alexander, and other leaders in and out of the beauty industry.
For more information, contact MASTERS Audio Club at (800) 459-4007 or e-mail email@example.com
About MASTERS Audio Club
MASTERS is a non-exclusive gathering place where the entire professional beauty industry comes together to learn and share. The MASTERS monthly audio program features interviews, success secrets, and business-building presentations by the absolute best leaders in and out of the beauty industry. With subscribers in countries around the world, MASTERS boasts the most complete library and history of what makes the beauty industry great. Founded in 1995, MASTERS lets you hear the actual voices of your favorite artists, educators, and mentors as they tell their own stories and share their amazing wisdom for success.
About Winn Claybaugh
MASTERS founder Winn Claybaugh is the author of Be Nice (Or Else!) and “one of the best motivational speakers in the country,” according to CNN’s Larry King, who wrote the foreword for the book. A business owner for over 27 years with over 15,000 people in his organization, Winn is the founder and co-owner of a leading beauty school network with more than 95 locations throughout the United States. The young company was ranked three years in a row (2006–2008) in the top 10 of Franchise Times magazine’s Fast 55, a ranking of America's fastest growing young franchises.
A popular speaker having facilitated thousands of seminars, Winn is a frequent guest on national radio and a regular contributor to online publications that reach millions of subscribers, including Dr Laura.com, Beliefnet.com, HealthNewsDigest.com, BrandNewDad.com, Wellness.com, and SheKnows.com.
In 2010, Winn was named a finalist in the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards (Utah region). In 2004, the North American Hairdressing Awards (NAHA) recognized his outstanding contributions to the hair and beauty industry by making him the youngest person ever named to their Hall of Leaders. From 2004 to 2010, Winn and his schools raised over $4.6 million for multiple charitable organizations, including the Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation, Larry King Cardiac Foundation, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Fran Drescher’s Cancer Schmancer Movement, Habitat for Humanity, Food 4 Africa, hurricane relief, AIDS and breast cancer causes, City of Hope, the American Cancer Society, and many others.