May 1, 1993
The owners of the largest salon in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, owe their success to specializing in a service they do well, keeping track of every dollar, and thinking service before money.
“Try to make this the best place, not only for the customer, but for our employees, so they won’t want to go somewhere else.”
April 1, 1993
When Milano Salon needed a fresher look, they created an interior that would make money as well as relax clients.
March 1, 1993
Creating a salon from an auto parts shop was a lot like giving a nail service – involved cleaning up the dirt, giving the area some shape, and adding a couple coats of paint.
August 1, 1992
Coni Notter — nail technician, aerobics instructor, and leotard designer — finds that locating her salon in a gym allows her to juggle three businesses.
June 1, 1992
When salon owner Mary Sims sees a need, she develops a new business. Blushes Salon, Soap Opera Laundromat, and Valet Car Wash keep the customers satisfied.
April 1, 1992
Eimsuk Arminio combines a background in commercial art and a love of nails to make her work successful beyond the salon.
March 4, 1992
Cooperative management enables three businesses to work together as one very successful full-service salon.
February 1, 1992
Vicky McCain converted a sun porch and removed a hot tub to make room for Nubs to Nails Salon in her home.
December 1, 1991
The same TLC that working mother Cindy Fairchild uses to nurture her family life makes her employees and clients feel cared for as well.
October 1, 1991
With manicures done under the microscope, the finished nails speak for themselves.
September 1, 1991
Dee Holland credits her prospering salon’s growth to midnight closings, a relaxed atmosphere, and self-assured technicians.
August 1, 1991
The Stevensons of Hollywood Nail Care convinced their zoning board that nail technicians should be considered professionals.
July 1, 1991
Amico’s employees are trained to primp and pamper clients into euphoria.
June 1, 1991
In a state that doesn’t even require licensing, Larry and Nancy Bergere set their own standards.
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