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Meet Your Merchant: The Sculpting Spa offers i-Lipo laser treatments

Nancy N. Price
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MEET YOUR MERCHANT

Name of business: The Sculpting Spa

Description: offering fat loss and weight loss through i-Lipo Laser body slimming treatments

Owner: Nancy N. Price

Address: 1460 E. Valley Road Suite #165, Basalt

Phone: 970-366-1455

E-mail: nancy@thesculptingspa.com

Website: www.thesculptingspa.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sculptingspa

Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheSculptingSpa

Date business opened: Nov. 15, 2013

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How did your business start?

After winning a free i-Lipo laser treatment and experiencing the results for myself, I knew I had to get this technology up here as soon as possible. It’s a “no-brainer” for those who workout and for those who don’t!

What do you sell?

i-Lipo laser body slimming treatments.

Why do you like what you do?

I love watching people’s bodies shrink before my very eyes. As the inches lost increase so does one’s self-esteem and -confidence. It is gratifying to help get someone on the right track both physically and spiritually.

What strategy do you use to hire

good people?

Thorough interviewing and screening processes. And a gut feeling that someone is absolutely “right” for the job.

What is your strategy for growth in

the next year?

To increase my client base five times over and help many more who struggle with weight and fat loss.

What is the best thing about running a business here?

This is a true “community” where business owners truly help one another. Much different from the back-stabbing, shark-infested waters of Corporate America.


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