Announces Their First Brick and Mortar Retail Outlet

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Now shoppers can nowexperience massage chairs before buying. is pleased to announce that they have opened their first brick and mortar physical store location. The store, called Massage Chair Relief Retail Outlet, is located in Salt Lake City, Utah. has been selling the industry's top massage chairs online since 2005. Human Touch, Omega, Sanyo, and Panasonic massage chairs have been entrusted to for retail distribution. However, all of their chair sales have been solely online. Now, patrons can visit an actual showroom where they can experience the models that have already been on the website for over 2 years.

The creation of a physical location is part of the long-term growth plans of This location carries the HT-125, HT-1650, HT-7120, and HT-7450 (anti-gravity) massage chairs by Human Touch, the brand new Panasonic EP30003 massage chair, the Sanyo 5000, and the new Omega Montage Elite massage chairs. No other store carries so many chairs by so many manufacturers under one roof.

Massage Chair Relief Retail Outlet has teamed up with the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Utah to donate $25-50 for every chair sold through the new brick and mortar store. The goal of the new store is to adopt, and fund the wishes of, two Make-A-Wish kids per year. Make-A-Wish is an honorable organization which exists to grant wishes to kids with terminal illnesses. It is a cause which Dr. Alan Weidner, president of Distributing, firmly supports.

All of the other features that have made so popular are also in effect with the new retail outlet. For example, bonus gifts with each purchase, free shipping, 90-day unconditional, money-back guarantee, 110% low price guarantee, international shipping, and financing are all still available. The chairs are still priced from $999 to nearly $4799. is owned by AM6 Distributing, Inc and operated by Dr. Alan Weidner. Dr. Weidner is a 1991 summa cum laude graduate of the Southern California University of Health Sciences.

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