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Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa Continues to Give Back with Community Service
Nation’s fastest growing massage and facial franchise supports 4C, a local not-for-profit, during their 2017 National Conference in Orlando, Fla.
TREVOSE, Pa. – Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa, the nation’s fastest growing massage and skin care franchise, will kick-off its national conference in Orlando on October 18 with a hands-on community service project. This marks the third consecutive year that Hand & Stone will start its annual conference with philanthropy. Hand & Stone has decided that each year as the conference travels to a new city across the country, the company will choose a different local charity to support within the community where the conference is held.
While in Orlando, Hand & Stone will provide 100 volunteers and 200 volunteer hours to Community Coordinated Care for Children, Inc. (4C), a local not-for-profit improving the lives children and families in Central Florida. Volunteers will join together on October 18from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. to assist with routine maintenance, and landscaping that needs to be done around the facility as a result of minor damage from Hurricane Irma.
“4C is such a great cause that gives back to Central Florida’s children and their families, and it’s the perfect way to kick-off the conference,” says Rob Beers, Franchisee and Regional Developer in Central Florida. “It’s always a rewarding experience to have owners from all over the country get together and help out in the local community – and we’re excited to have the conference and the community service project so close to home in Orlando this year!”
In addition to community service hours, Hand & Stone Corporate Headquarters will donate $5,000 dollars to the organization, while President and CEO, Todd Leff will match this contribution through the Leff Family Foundation.
“We believe we have a corporate responsibility to have franchisees and corporate staff participate in a community service project that gives back to communities that support our brand all year long,” said Leff. “It’s a feel-good event that brings everyone together and really sets the tone for skill building and learning throughout the conference.”
ABOUT HAND & STONE
Hand & Stone is a 300-plus unit massage and facial spa with a mission to bring massage and facial services to the masses. Launched in 2004 by a passionate physical therapist, John Marco, and now led by franchise veteran Todd Leff, Hand & Stone now has locations in 28 states and Canada. For more information on Hand & Stone, visit www.handandstone.com.
Community Coordinated Care for Children, Inc.(4C) is a not-for-profit corporation operating in Central Florida as a coordinating agency for a variety of high-quality services that improve the lives of children and families in Central Florida. The Agency, which began in 1969, is committed to strengthening our communities and families by providing access to affordable early learning services that promote school readiness and family self-sufficiency.
*Introductory Offers valid for first visits. Not valid for gift cards. Services include 50 minute hands-on service and time allotted for dressing and consultation. Prices and services are subject to change and may vary by location. Offers may not be combined. Hand and Stone Massage and Facial Spas are independently owned and operated franchise locations.