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Old 10-02-2009, 12:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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My hubby I and have been licensed massage therapists for going on 8 years now and we are looking to add another dimension to our business by adding in spray tanning . What kind of certification is needed for us to add this to our business? Any suggestions? Im sure I will have many more questions along the way as well :P
Also did you guys register your businesses as s-corps or LLC or what. Im trying to figure out what is best. Thanks so much
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No certification is needed, however it is wise to get your solution and airbrush gun from a vendor that will support you. PM if you need help with that. I would check with your accountant for the best option for incorporating.
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No certification is needed, however it is wise to get your solution and airbrush gun from a vendor that will support you. PM if you need help with that. I would check with your accountant for the best option for incorporating.
Why not just post that "supporting vendor" right here for all to see?
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I know he was selling his F***** T*n system. lol
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LLC and no certification here but I might add them for advertising purposes only. I prefer to research and educate myself mostly. ;)
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Thanks for the help :)
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Harbor Freight. High volume, low pressure spray gun by Chicago. $74.95 Does a great job!
Okay, now I posted it and now every non salon owner on here can see they can get a great spray gun for under $75.00. Happy?
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Thanks again for the info we bought the Maximist Pro today for our salon/spa.
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Now that you have a spray gun.... the next key is finding the right sunless solution for your clients.

Just make sure that the manufacturer has products liability insurance to protect your business.
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Harbor Freight. High volume, low pressure spray gun by Chicago. $74.95 Does a great job!
Okay, now I posted it and now every non salon owner on here can see they can get a great spray gun for under $75.00. Happy?
Nothing new. I have posted plenty of times to just purchase painting equipment for sunless tanning. All you are paying for is the name.

The Wagner Power Painter does a good job all in one handheld package for 99 bucks too.
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