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Spafinder adds wellness and cryotherapy provider Restore to its gift card network
POSTED 11 May 2018 . BY Jane Kitchen
Spafinder — a marketing, gifting, incentives and rewards brand that connects people to spas and beauty salons — has added Restore Hyper-Wellness + Cryotherapy to its gift card network.

Restore is a provider of spa-based cryotherapy and treatments for wellness, chronic pain and injury recovery, anti-ageing and health. Spafinder customers can now use their Spafinder and Spawish gift cards at any Restore location.

“Complementary medicine and pain-management services are a growing sector of the wellness economy and we’re committed to connecting consumers with the latest trends in the industry,” said Christi Durant, RVP of sales at Spafinder. “By adding Restore to our gift card network, it will be easier for consumers to benefit from nine different wellness modalities at one location.”

Restore’s goal is to make these specialised services easily accessible to everyone. Each Restore location is a wellness centre with whole-body, local or facial cryotherapy; IV drip and compression therapy; hyperbaric oxygen treatment; micronutrient testing; 3-D body imaging; infrared saunas and other advanced wellness services.

“With Restore, consumers no longer have to visit multiple locations to access a suite of cutting-edge wellness services,” said Jim Donnelly, founder and CEO of Restore. “From the active athlete to the weekend warrior, anyone suffering from pain can now use a Spafinder gift card to purchase affordable services designed to increase the overall performance of the body. We’re excited about the opportunity to increase exposure of complementary wellness therapies to consumers through our partnership with Spafinder.”

Currently, Restore has 13 locations across the US, with plans for additional growth through the year. Medical doctors and nurses deliver services at the company’s locations.

Restore is a provider of spa-based cryotherapy and treatments for wellness, chronic pain and injury recovery, anti-ageing and health Credit: Restore
 


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11 May 2018

Spafinder adds wellness and cryotherapy provider Restore to its gift card network
BY Jane Kitchen

'With Restore, consumers no longer have to visit multiple locations to access a suite of cutting-edge wellness services,' said Jim Donnelly, founder and CEO of Restore

'With Restore, consumers no longer have to visit multiple locations to access a suite of cutting-edge wellness services,' said Jim Donnelly, founder and CEO of Restore

Spafinder — a marketing, gifting, incentives and rewards brand that connects people to spas and beauty salons — has added Restore Hyper-Wellness + Cryotherapy to its gift card network.

Restore is a provider of spa-based cryotherapy and treatments for wellness, chronic pain and injury recovery, anti-ageing and health. Spafinder customers can now use their Spafinder and Spawish gift cards at any Restore location.

“Complementary medicine and pain-management services are a growing sector of the wellness economy and we’re committed to connecting consumers with the latest trends in the industry,” said Christi Durant, RVP of sales at Spafinder. “By adding Restore to our gift card network, it will be easier for consumers to benefit from nine different wellness modalities at one location.”

Restore’s goal is to make these specialised services easily accessible to everyone. Each Restore location is a wellness centre with whole-body, local or facial cryotherapy; IV drip and compression therapy; hyperbaric oxygen treatment; micronutrient testing; 3-D body imaging; infrared saunas and other advanced wellness services.

“With Restore, consumers no longer have to visit multiple locations to access a suite of cutting-edge wellness services,” said Jim Donnelly, founder and CEO of Restore. “From the active athlete to the weekend warrior, anyone suffering from pain can now use a Spafinder gift card to purchase affordable services designed to increase the overall performance of the body. We’re excited about the opportunity to increase exposure of complementary wellness therapies to consumers through our partnership with Spafinder.”

Currently, Restore has 13 locations across the US, with plans for additional growth through the year. Medical doctors and nurses deliver services at the company’s locations.




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