New MY SALON Suite Location Set To Open In Chattanooga

Thursday, July 12, 2018

MY SALON Suite, an upscale salon suite franchise, announced on Thursday the opening of a new location in the Chattanooga market. Conveniently located at the intersection of Lee Highway and McCutcheon Road (7053 Lee Highway Road) in Chattanooga, the new MY SALON Suite location includes a collection of private, spacious suites for a variety of health and beauty professionals, and will open on Monday. 

The new location spans 4,500 square feet with 24 individual luxury suites.

Guests who visit MY SALON Suite are treated to the latest hair, aesthetic, spa, and related beauty services. 

Local residents David and Nancy Dodson own the location and will manage daily operations. They will lease fully equipped suites to a variety of established beauty professionals, whom MY SALON Suite warmly refers to as its members. Members are provided with local and national marketing and business development support, operations assistance, all suite and building maintenance, among other services. 

“MY SALON Suite offers salon professionals and their clients a unique opportunity,” said Ms. Dodson. “From state-of-the-art equipment to ongoing support with growing their business, we strive to provide our members with everything they need to succeed. Plus, for their clients, we offer an upscale, secure and private salon experience in a modern setting. The Chattanooga salon market is in for a whole new kind of luxury.” 

MY SALON Suite has made a name for itself in major markets throughout North America for being the only salon complex to offer fully-equipped, upscale suites featuring a styling station and full-length mirror, styling chair, shampoo sink and color station and storage. Additional amenities include a state-of-the-art security system, luxurious bathrooms, an elegant lobby, and numerous suites with windows. In addition to the attractive accommodations, members are offered ongoing training and support to grow and develop their business, which includes access to a strong referral network. 

“We are expecting our remaining available suites to fill quickly now that we are open,” said Mr. Dodson. “The demand for high-end salon suites that offer privacy, style, class and comfort has never been greater. We couldn’t be more excited to help beauty professionals in the community build their own business and achieve their dreams.”

More information for beauty and health professionals interested in leasing a suite at the new MY SALON Suite in Chattanooga is available online at http://www.mysalonsuite.com/hamilton-place.html or by calling 423-436-1553. 


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