Speed-waxing Franchise Business Awards Agreements for 31 Salons in Four States

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Georgia, Texas, Colorado and California among next locations for LunchBOX (A WAXING SALON) franchise business, named four consecutive times in Entrepreneur Magazine's top 10 franchising categories. Calphalon family, Sola Salon Studios franchisee and successful hoteliers among newest area developers.

Tip to toe. Coast to coast.


“I’m continually impressed by the caliber of people drawn to our franchise concept and am energized by the positive response we receive in the communities we are opening in nationwide,” LunchBOX Founder Debi Lane said.

LunchBOX (A WAXING SALON), known since 2010 for its emotive brand that happily encourages all to “Bare Your Beauty,” announced today it has awarded three new area development agreements that encompass 31 locations in four states as part of its continued expansion plan to bring its chic, service-oriented franchise business to affluent communities across the United States.

Site selection is currently underway in Georgia, Texas, Colorado and the Sacramento area of California with late spring/early summer openings planned in all locations.

Joel, Dean and Laura Kasperzak have entered an agreement to develop six LunchBOX locations in Georgia. Joel and Dean each have 30 years experience in sales and marketing beginning with their family business Calphalon Cookware. Laura served as co-director of the development office for a private school in the Atlanta metropolitan area and will assist with daily operations of the Georgia salons.

John Platten signed an area agreement to open 20 salons in Texas and Colorado. The salons will be in a variety of cities in both states, with plans to open first in Denver and Houston. In addition to developing and operating LunchBOX franchises in Texas and Colorado, John Platten developed and operates a group of a national brand of franchise restaurants and also is a franchisee developer for Sola Salon Studios, the leading franchisor of salon studios. Kelli Stueve, who manages Sola Salon Studios in Texas alongside Platten, will oversee Texas operations, and successful real-estate entrepreneur Amy Scott will oversee Colorado operations.

Beth Green Kim and Kyu Kim signed an area agreement to open five salons in Sacramento. The Kims have been in the hotel business since 1989, concentrating on hospitality and developing their own brand culture focusing on customers and guest experience for all of their hotels – and now for LunchBOX.

“We continue to bring on hands-down stellar franchisees to join our young, growing team,” LunchBOX Founder + CEO Debi Lane said. “I’m continually impressed by the caliber of people who are drawn to our concept and am equally energized by the positive response we receive in the communities we are opening in nationwide.”

In addition to these areas, LunchBOX also has salons open or commitments for franchises in the East Bay of California, Oregon, Idaho, Arizona, Utah, Nevada, Florida, New Jersey and Puerto Rico.

Named four consecutive times in Entrepreneur Magazine’s top 10 categories in franchising, LunchBOX launched its national franchise program in late 2013 to answer growing consumer demand for expertly trained estheticians trained for the sole purpose of speed waxing in an environment that is dedicated to each guest’s comfort.

For more on LunchBOX services, products and locations, visit http://www.lunchboxwax.com. For franchisee bios, high-resolution images and specific site-selection information about any of these areas, email LunchBOX Marketing at marketing(at)lunchboxwax(dot)com.

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This is not an offer to sell or solicitation of an offer to buy. Offers are only made in states where we have complied with applicable law and an offer to sell or a solicitation of any offer to buy a franchise shall be made solely by a Franchise Disclosure Document.

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