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What do you think? Would this excite you?
#1
I called about a post on craigslist. The lady wants to add nails to her tanning business. She knew nothing about what to do. I explained to her that she would have to apply to the SB and there were some guidelines as to what she would have to have to open a nail salon. We have kept in touch and today she called as she has heard from the SB. She will have to add a sink to the room, and has a plumber coming this afternoon to check it out. Because I gave her the info, she wants me to come to work. This is an adventure waiting to happen or a defeat. I want it to be an adventure. Would you attempt this? Starting from scratch and building- hopefully, a clientelle. She told me that over half of her tanners were interested in having their nails done. The only thing that I have concerns about is space for pedis. I am not sure of the size of this room. She does spray tans in it now, and wants to use it for nails because it has v a ventelation system. Go or no go?
Always be kind....you get farther.
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#2
go check out the room. See if you could resonably work in the space. What could it hurt to just go look.
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#3
All you need is a 10x10 space or 100 square feet
Anna
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#4
I'm intrigued! I would definitely go and check the room out, you have nothing to lose. Let us know how it goes Smile
Laura Merzetti
http://www.scratchmyback.ca
CND Education Ambassador
Toronto, Ontario Canada
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#5
Would any of your clients follow you? If not, could you work a few days in your current location and a few in the new one each week while you build? If you have a target start date, you could always start promoting early and start booking appointments a few weeks in advance since she has a built in clientele! Sounds like an exciting opportunity if the space is workable.
Candice
Nail Tech/Owner
http://www.PanacheNailStudio.com
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#6
One other thing you might ask about is how warm the building gets. I know my area is right outside of the single tanning bed the salon has and when it gets used my area warms up a bunch so I have to crank up the ac for a bit or my product sets very very quickly. Thankfully our bed doesn't get used much.
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#7
And what happened here, did you go to see the place?
I hope you choose right :wink:
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