HERMOSA BEACH, Calif., April 9 /PRNewswire/ -- The Massage Spot announced today that it has opened its fourth massage location in Manhattan Beach, California, one block from the beach in the historic El Porto Surfing Mecca and plans to expand the mini day spa concept of "affordable luxury" across the country. The privately held company is currently looking for investors interested in business partnerships and licensing opportunities. It is also preparing to organize a franchise with the "affordable luxury" mini day spa concept.
The Massage Spot will license its name and business model of 'Modern Meets Zen" to a limited number of qualified individuals looking to buy into an established brand. Finding the right fit with prospective owners is an important part of licensing the company's name in order to maintain the level of customer care and quality service that the company has become known for and that is imperative to the overall concept. The mini day spa bridges the gap between massage only studios and full-service, upscale day spas and is a revolutionary idea that is gaining momentum in the spa world.
The demand for massages has doubled in the last ten years. Twenty-two percent (22%) of Americans are receiving massages on a regular basis. That's estimated to be 119 million massages a year or between $6 and $11 billion spent on massages each year.
"Our goal when we opened the first Massage Spot was to trim down the full service day spa amenities and maintain the luxury spa experience while providing exceptional customer service. We want the average person earning an average salary and the financially successful individual to have equal access to a luxurious massage experience. In today's economy, health and wellness should not be seen as a splurge but as a necessary method of self-care," said Sean Struxness, founder and CEO of the Zen inspired spa. "Our clients return time-after-time because for about forty-nine dollars they can be swept away from the reality of their life for an hour and not have the guilt of over-indulgence. They see it as a legitimate expense for maintaining their overall well-being."
The Massage Spot is also seeking motivated individuals for business partnerships to extend the concept into select markets across the country. The ideal candidate for these partnerships wants all of the benefits of self-employment without the time, energy and substantial investment of creating a unique idea from the ground floor. With the company's proven record of excellent client satisfaction and substantial growth in revenues annually, it's a worthwhile investment option for the right investor.
The company is prepared to provide ongoing support in product and program development, promotion, pricing, as well as site selection and lease assistance, store layout and ongoing training.
The first Massage Spot opened in Hermosa Beach in 2005 with only 3 massage therapists and 4 spa services. Today, each location offers an extended menu including over 10 facial selections, full service waxing, an extensive menu of message options, airbrush Beach N Tan(TM) UV Free tanning, Spa Brite Teeth Whitening System(TM), an infrared massage bed, and private massage classes for individuals and couples looking to add a little fun, excitement, and relaxation into their home lives.
The Massage Spot has implemented a volunteer program that works with
various non-profit organizations to donate its services and helps raise
funds for their respective causes. The company has participated in Hospital
Care Days, and worked with at-risk orphan children. The company makes it a
priority to reach out to the community to find new ways to help those in
The Massage Spot is poised to open 50 stores nationwide by 2012.
The Massage Spot locations:
Hermosa Beach, CA: 507 Pier Avenue, Unit B, Hermosa, Beach, CA 90254
Manhattan Beach, CA: 3408 Highland Avenue, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Please direct all investment inquiries to: Sean Struxness, email@example.com
For more information please visit: http://www.themassagespot.com
|SOURCE The Massage Spot|
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