Polish Me! Opens In Riverview

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Ken and Julie Luong, owners of Coco Nails Salon in Hixson, purchased property to open their second location in Riverview at 1301 Dorchester Road, Suite 105, next to Charlotte’s Web. The new salon, Polish Me!, will feature the manicure and pedicures that have made Coco’s so popular, said officials. 

According to Mr. Luong, the pair purchased the location of the former “Kim’s Nails”. 

“It’s a great location for us in that it’s convenient for many of our current customers who travel to Hixson for their manicures and pedicures,” said Mr. Luong. He also said they are pleased to have Kim stay to serve her customers through the new salon. 

Polish Me! celebrates its grand opening on Thursday with refreshments throughout the day and a 20 percent discount on services through the end of the month. For more information or to make an appointment, call 362-8888.


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