Sun Tan City Expands into Indianapolis

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Sun Tan City, the leader in the industry with the fastest growing chain of privately owned tanning salons, announced today, that they are expanding their operations into Indianapolis and will open their first salon on October 4th.

Sun Tan City members will now be able to tan in over 68 locations in a four state area, making it more convenient that than ever to let yourself shine

Sun Tan City, the leader in the industry with the fastest growing chain of privately owned tanning salons, announced today, that they are expanding their operations into Indianapolis and will open their first salon in Washington Square on October 5th. The newest Sun Tan City is conveniently located in the Cherry Tree Plaza and will be open 7 days a week.

The new salon is equipped with 17 state-of-the art tanning beds, as well as the new VersaSpa™ - the newest age-defying sunless tanning. "Sun Tan City members will now be able to tan in over 68 locations in a four state area, making it more convenient that than ever to let yourself shine," said Rick Kueber, Sun Tan City CEO. "We are excited to expand our chain of salons into Indianapolis and look forward to being a part of their economic growth."

About Sun Tan City
Sun Tan City is the official tanning salon for the University of Louisville Athletics, Tennessee Titan Cheerleaders, Louisville Bats Baseball and Lexington Legends Baseball. They are the nation's fastest growing chain of privately owned tanning salons, operating more than 71 premier salons in Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana and Maine. In 2008, Sun Tan City was recognized as one of the 5000 fastest growing companies in America by Inc. magazine. The company was founded in 1999 by brothers David and Rick Kueber and is based in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. To learn more about the ultimate tanning experience at Sun Tan City, visit http://www.suntancity.com for information on memberships, products and locations.

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