Massage Heights, a pioneer of affordable, convenient, and professional facial services and therapeutic massage, declared that it is looking for franchisees at the Multi-Unit Franchising symposium. The convention will be held from April 3 to 6, 2018 at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.
Massage Heights is membership-based, family-owned therapeutic services licensed firm that offers the guests and members affordable, professional, convenient, resort-quality facial and massage services that assist them to attain a healthy and balanced standard of living, in an upscale Retreat atmosphere. Regular skin and massage therapy services assist the individuals to feel and look their best by helping in the alleviation of stress, increased relaxation, and pain management, all leading to the capability of dealing with everyday life with an elevated level of positivity and vitality, truly uplifting the everyday.
Massage Heights—that aspires to have 200 Retreats launched by the 2019 end—is looking for area developers and multi-unit franchisees to develop the brand in cities such as Nashville, Las Vegas, South Florida, Chicago, and St. Louis in 2018. Massage Heights’ multi-unit franchisee in the Kansas City area, Sandi Brady, will be present at the forthcoming seminar at booth #501.
Massage Heights’ senior vice president of franchise operations and development, Tim Hicks, said, “The annual Multi-Unit Franchising symposium offers us with the chance to involve with prospective area developers and multi-unit franchisees to talk about our established business model, multiple revenue streams, and robust franchise support. As a firm, we’re committed to our pledge to assist our franchise owners to be successful and are devoted to offering continuing resources and training.”
Massage Heights, in 2017, marked more than $100 Million in income and the launch of 14 Retreats countrywide—a record year in income for the speedily developing franchise concept. Forthcoming franchisees ought to have $175,000 in liquid assets and least $400,000 total value for each site, as well as experience in retail management & sales and handling hourly wage workers.