The 100 Companies Founder on TV circuit with new book

Chris Schroder, founder of The 100 Companies, has been appearing this fall on morning TV shows in different markets around the country, promoting his new humorous memoir, “Headscape: how a bald guy replanted his hair and restarted his life.”

This month, he was featured on The Morning Blend on NBC’s WTMJ in Milwaukee. On Oct. 18, Schroder is scheduled to be featured on Fox’s Good Day Chicago.

Early reviews of his first book are excellent. Two dozen reviews on Amazon have all given it five stars. Suzanne Van Atten, the book reviewer of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper called the book “charmingly funny” and said it was “a well-told story filled with self-deprecating humor and insight into how our physical attributes shape our identity and self-worth.”

“My goal now is to help other men – and women – who are self-conscious about their hair loss,” Schroder said.

The book is available on or at

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