The founder and owner of Massage Wash is Gini Graham Scott, who has established the company as a sole proprietorship with a DBA for the Massage Wash name. A trademark application is being filed for the brand. Once there is a National Director or CEO for the Company, she can act as a consultant or serve as the Creative and PR Director in the new company.
The business, which can be located anywhere is a high traffic area, great for business, and the location is great too! The business is designed to be set-up using a franchise or licensing model with strong branding identity and promotion. A massage wash service offered by a massage wash associate can be easily set up in conjunction with an already existing business, such as a massage therapy service, beauty salon, health club, fitness center, hotel, motel, restaurant, nightclub, car wash site, or garage, or a massage wash could be used to create a unique type of party. It could be offered at conferences, meetings, trade shows, fairs, and festivals. A massage wash program can be featured at parties and events or set up as an in-home or on-call service. A variety of licensed properties might be developed using the Massage Wash name, such as t-shirts, calendars, poster, greeting cards, games, dolls, books, CDs, DVDs, and etc. Gini is looking for a business buyer who enjoys being on the ground floor of a start-up and has the vision to think big! Gini is willing to drop the asking price to $15,000 in return for her to receive 20% of the ownership for her $5,000 contribution. Email or call Daniel L. Eaton at (260) 425-0342 for more information on this massage business for sale.