Massage Heights Reaches Highest Average Yearly Gross Revenues in its History


Shane Evans, Co-Founder and President of Massage Heights, is excited about the growth her company is experiencing as the demand for massage reaches record numbers: massage is now a $14.7 billion industry with 5.1% year-over-year growth.

"Our message that massage therapy is an integral part of health and wellness is resonating with consumers right now. Our business model gives our Members access to high-quality services at convenient locations and at an affordable price," said Evans. The brand currently has franchise opportunities both in the U.S. and internationally.

Nationally, 18% of adults have had a massage service, and revenues per spa rose 3.9% in 2013.** Massage Heights added facials and skin therapy to its services in 2014 and became Massage Heights body + face to reflect their expanded offerings. This follows a national trend with nearly three in four spa businesses reporting that they would add new treatment offerings in 2014.**

* This advertisement is not an offer to sell franchises. Such an offer can only be made through a Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) that has been registered with and approved by the appropriate agency in your state, if your state requires such registration. The information above is a historical financial performance of the average Gross Revenue for the 2014 calendar year of 60 franchised Massage heights Businesses operating for 24 months or longer during that period. Of these 60 franchisees, 27 (45%) attained or surpassed the average. New franchisee's results may differ from this average. See item 19 of the current Massage Heights FDD for further information.

**ISPA 2014 U.S. Spa Industry Study.

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