LunchBOX (A WAXING SALON) Franchise Announces First Colorado Location
Speed-waxing franchise opens late December in Glendale on Colorado Boulevard. As body waxing makes a rapid transition from a luxury to a commodity service, LunchBOX is well positioned in the market to cater to men and women who are mindful about the places they go and the people they choose for personal services.
DENVER, COLORADO (PRWEB) November 01, 2015 - LunchBOX (A WAXING SALON), a wax-only franchise known for its emotive brand that happily encourages all to “Bare Your Beauty,” announced today its Colorado franchisee signed a commercial lease agreement and started construction on the first Denver-area location.
John Platten, who has enjoyed significant success operating franchises in the restaurant and beauty industries, signed a commercial lease for a four-suite, 1,200 square-foot space and is planning a late-December opening in Glendale (1000 S Colorado Blvd., Glendale, CO 80246). LunchBOX (A WAXING SALON) joins other businesses in this high-end shopping center such as ModMarket, Carve BBQ and Barnes & Noble.
Partner and longtime Boulder resident Amy Scott will oversee daily operations of the salon.
The first of six Colorado locations for Platten and Scott marks the franchise’s 17th operating salon nationwide. Named four consecutive times in Entrepreneur Magazine’s top 10 categories in franchising, the rapidly growing franchise has commitments for more than 100 salons in 16 states and Puerto Rico, answering growing consumer demand for expertly trained estheticians trained for the sole purpose of speed waxing in an environment that is dedicated to each guest’s comfort.
“As body waxing makes a rapid transition from a luxury to a commodity service, LunchBOX is well positioned in the market to cater to men and women who are mindful about the places they go and the people they choose for personal services,” LunchBOX Founder + CEO Debi Lane said. “We’re as intentional about the locations we choose as we are the waxologists we hire, the products we use, the design and layout of our salons, and the franchisees we bring on board to grow our business.”
About John Platten and Amy Scott
John Platten developed and operates a group of nationally branded franchise restaurants. Starting in 1998, Platten and a partner built a top performing company, with operations in Colorado and the east coast. John is also a franchisee developer for Sola Salons, the leading franchisor of Salon Studios. He owns three Sola units with a partner in Houston, Texas.
Colorado native Amy Scott is a top producing real estate agent in Boulder, Colorado, who has worked every aspect of the industry, representing sellers, buyers and investors in the highly competitive residential market all over Colorado. Prior to her career in real estate, Amy graduated with honors, receiving a degree in journalism and mass communications from the University of Colorado and went on to earn a master’s degree in education and taught for five years in the accredited Boulder Valley School District.
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