Hollywood Tans offers Mideast franchises
Dubai, June 4, 2013
Hollywood Tans Dubai, a unit of the US-based tanning provider of indoor services, is now selling franchise opportunities in the region, offering a platform of expertise, systems and cost-efficient resources.
The company is also selling single tanning machines (solarium) for beauty salons, hotels, health clubs, gyms and spas to enable them to have popular tanning machines in their own outlet.
In addition, Hollywood Tans is seeking local sales agents to sell their state-of-the-art tanning business, according to a statement.
The franchises offer a straight-forward business model while offering a full supply of inventory as well as a pleasant work environment, according to the statement.
Hollywood Tans Dubai is also the exclusive master franchise and distribution rights holder for the Middle East region, so all enquiries and orders will be handled locally and not in the US.
Indoor tanning is ideal for passionate beauty seekers who are looking for successful and faster results without having to go through the hassle of sunbathing, getting burnt or having that bikini line, said Colette Hirzel, business development manager of Hollywood Tans.
“Indoor tanning is faster and safer than lying in the sun for hours on end and ending up red or burnt. Compared to sunlight, our ultra modern tanning machines emit only a small fraction of the UV rays. Short, regular sessions also enable you to build your tan without burning, and let you ‘plan your tan’ for a special social occasion such as a wedding,” Hirzel added. – TradeArabia News Service
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