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Pravana Moves to New Headquarters

November 30, -0001

Pravana, a maker of hair care and color products for salons and spas, has moved to Woodland Hills, CA. The company had been in Bell Canyon, CA.

“We are experiencing rapid growth due to the wide acceptance of our hair color and hair care brand,” said Steve Goddard, founder and chief executive officer. “As a result, we outgrew our space. We are incredibly proud of our progress. We are confident our expansion will continue and we are all delighted with our new home.”

The company’s new address is 23285 Ventura Blvd., Woodland Hills, CA 91364; (866) 883-7094/800-957-5629; Fax: (818) 340-9690.

More info: www.pravana.com
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