Massage Heights Announces Top Performers at Annual Conference in Miami

Massage Heights recently held its annual conference in Miami Beach, Florida, where top performing franchisees were awarded for their significant accomplishments and contributions throughout the year.

“It’s always an amazing experience when we’re all able to come together and celebrate each other’s accomplishments,” says Shane Evans, co-founder and chief executive officer of Massage Heights. “Without the passion and commitment from our strategic partners and their employees, we wouldn’t be where we are today, and it’s important to recognize the hard work that each of our incredible team members apply to their businesses every day.”

Top award winners include:

  • Strategic-partner of the Year Award: Jen Burlington, owner of Massage Heights Leon Springs, Massage Heights Bandera, and Massage Heights Alamo Heights: This award is presented to the top-preforming franchise owner who shows consistent growth, strong Retreat performance, and great commitment to the system in helping other strategic partners and corporate initiatives.
  • Rookie of the Year Award: Joe Terracina & Group, owner of Massage Heights Mueller: This award is presented to the top preforming strategic partner who had the highest KPI’s for Retreats that have been open for less than one full year.
  • Hall of Fame Award: Brad and Lisa Moore, co-owners of Massage Heights Centerra: This award is presented to the top-preforming Strategic-partner who received the highest revenue over the year. 

As part of its growth strategy, Massage Heights is targeting franchise development in Nashville, Chicago, St. Louis, South Florida, and Las Vegas. Prospective franchisees should have $175,000 in liquid assets and minimum $400,000 net worth per location, as well as experience in sales or retail management and managing hourly wage employees.

For more information about franchise opportunities with Massage Heights, visit http://www.massageheightsfranchise.com/ or call 888-810-3940.

 

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