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Massage Envy Spa Says I Do

September 25, 2013

Partners with David Bridal

Massage Envy Spa has signed an exclusive partnership with David's Bridal, a bridal and special occasion retailer in which the pair will team up “to help brides relieve wedding planning stress” by incorporating monthly massages and facials into their overall wellness routine.

"We're thrilled to partner with such a fantastic brand, David's Bridal, and to provide high-value solutions across America," said Dave Crisalli, president and CEO of Massage Envy Spa. "Our convenience-minded network of franchisees and their incredible therapists and estheticians are ready to enrich bride experiences with Massage Envy Spa's customized massages and healthy skin facials."

Massage Envy Spa locations also offer facials designed by Dr. Murad, a leader in skincare science.

You can read more about Massage Envy Spa in the upcoming October 2013 issue of HAPPI, "Back On Track."
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