Massage Envy DC-MD-NoVA Announces Opening of Two New Locations in Metro D.C., Earns Two National Awards
WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--This week, Massage Envy, the nation's largest provider of therapeutic massage, announces the opening of two new centers in the Washington D.C. capital region- Frederick, MD and Clarendon, VA. The addition of the new locations brings the Massage Envy DC-MD-NoVA total to 25 centers throughout the Baltimore/Washington D.C. metro area which currently serves over 45,000 members.
Massage Envy DC-MD-NoVA also recently celebrated the grand openings of the Annapolis, MD center which is owned by Joann and Doug Hess and opened in December as well as the Fair Lakes center in Fairfax, VA which is owned by Michael FitzGerald and opened in January.
"Massage Envy remains committed to serving our loyal customers by bringing professional and affordable therapeutic massage to new communities," said Eric Barton, Regional Developer for Massage Envy.
The Frederick center opens this week and is located at 7820 Worman's Mill Road at the Clemson Corner Intersection. The Clarendon center will open in July at 1180 N. Garfield Street in the Clarendon Center South building. Both facilities will offer all signature Massage Envy Spa services including massage and facials.
The Frederick center is the third Massage Envy venture for Nancy and Barry Boone who serve as owners of the Timonium, MD and Pikesville, MD locations. The Clarendon center will be owned and operated by Chris Brandolini, Greg Nagel and Eric Barton. This is also the third venture for Brandolini who owns the Germantown, MD and Bethesda, MD locations. This is the second center for Nagel and Barton.
Additionally, Massage Envy DC-MD-NoVA was recently awarded two national titles by the corporate headquarters of Massage Envy. The Gainesville, VA center (located at 5123 Wellington Road), also owned by Fitzgerald, was awarded the title of Massage Envy New Center of the Year. FitzGerald is also the owner of the Herndon/Reston center (located at 2557 John Milton Drive). Henry Kim and Stephen Vereb, owners of the Burke, VA center (located at 5747 Burke Centre Parkway) and the Falls Church center (located at 1208 W. Broad Street), were named Massage Envy Multi-Unit Franchisees of the Year. Both awards were presented at Massage Envy's Annual Franchise Conference held in Phoenix, AZ in May.
"We are humbled by the honors bestowed on our region and strive for continued excellence in customer service and quality massage and skin care," remarks Barton.
For those interested in scheduling an appointment or becoming a Massage Envy DC-MD-NoVA member, all locations offer introductory one-hour massages for $49. Monthly memberships, which cost $59, include a one-hour massage each month and additional treatments at lower membership rates.
For more information about Massage Envy or to make a massage appointment, please find the location nearest you at www.massageenvy.com.
ABOUT MASSAGE ENVY:
Massage Envy is the largest provider and franchisor of therapeutic massage and spa services in the United States. Founded in 2002, Massage Envy has 670 locations in 43 states, with new centers opening every month. In the greater Baltimore/Washington, D.C. area, there are 25 Massage Envy centers serving approximately 45,000 members. To learn more about Massage Envy DC-MD-NoVA please visit our website or follow us on Facebook facebook.com/MassageEnvyDMnV and Twitter @MassageEnvyDMnV.