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Oct 10, 2016
You Won't Believe Where I Had One of the Best Massages of My Life
PopSugar Massage Envy Review: "To say that I was impressed is an understatement. The amount of time the staff took to simply listen was something I hadn't experienced at even the fanciest spas I'd visited."...
Sep 23, 2016
Massage Envy Partners with Arthritis Foundation
During a one-day event on 28 September, 1,150 Massage Envy franchised locations will donate US$10 to the Arthritis Foundation for every 60-minute massage or facial session they perform....
Sep 14, 2016
Massage Envy’s Gonzalez Takes Health Of The Brand To Heart
Massage Envy chief brand officer Debbie Gonzalez is on a mission to educate consumers on the importance of “total body care,” with the hope of getting people to think differently about massages and skin-care services so that they incorporate them regularly into their lives....
May 5, 2016
Massage Envy builds expansion on new tech foundation
Massage Envy is expanding and has announced its first international location in Sydney, Australia – the first of many as the brand readies for aggressive expansion on several fronts. This growth will be rooted in a foundation of new technology....
Jan 24, 2016
Learn What Fuels the Fastest-Growing Franchises of the Year
The franchising business is booming, and nowhere is that more evident than Entrepreneur’s fastest-growing franchises ranking. Growth is the goal of every franchise system, of course, but not all achieve it as successfully as our top performers....
Jan 19, 2016
Massage Envy Names New CEO
U.S. massage franchise operator Massage Envy has named Joseph C. Magnacca its chief executive officer. Magnacca has held top leadership positions at large retail and franchise brands, including Loblaws, Walgreens, Duane Reade, and RadioShack. “I am truly excited to join this terrific business,” says Magnacca....
Jun 29, 2015
Strip Mall Spa: How Massage Envy Created – And Dominated – A New Franchise NIche
For years Rick Davis was a tech executive who helped raise millions of dollars in venture capital. Then he decided to try a different kind of investment. In 2004 he considered buying a fast-food franchise before choosing an alternative: the massage-and-facial franchise chain Massage Envy. In fast food, Davis reasoned, you never know how many customers will walk in the door, but Massage Envy sells one-year memberships for $59.99 to $79.99 a month, which means recurring revenue....
May 8, 2015
Massage Envy shows it has the touch, takes No. 1 on Franchisors list
Running in second the first two years the Franchisors list was published, Massage Envy Franchising LLC put its collective fingers on the throttle and passed previous No. 1 Cold Stone Creamery....