Solé Spa has been named the November Business of the Month as the Department of Trade and Consumer Affairs continues its efforts to promote and assist small businesses in the Territory.
Owned and operated by Ms. Toni Simpson, Solé Spa was established in 1995. Over the years, Ms. Simpson and her dedicated team developed and maintained a standard of excellence in offering classic and exclusive treatments and products. As a result, Solé Spa has been featured in the Virgin Islands Property and Yacht magazine, and is now being recognised as November’s Business of the Month.
Solé Spa incorporates the blessings of Nature’s Little Secrets in its innovative and often original treatment options. Clients are treated to a variety of pleasurable and healing treatments in the tranquil atmosphere of Solé Spa. Services include massages, body wraps, body scrubs, facials, hair removal and yoga sessions, whether through an appointment or a service call.
In addition to providing impeccable quality in their services and products, Solé Spa has made generous contributions to the wider community including VISAR, Rotaract, the H. Lavity Stoutt Community College, as well as local primary and secondary schools.
The Director of Trade and Consumer Affairs, Mrs. Karia Christopher is delighted to make the announcement stating, “Solé Spa has proven to be a haven for those seeking to have the stresses of life scrubbed, wrapped and massaged away by the skilled hands of its experts. Our department is therefore pleased to acknowledge their determination in providing a service of quality as well as contributing to the development of the Virgin Islands Territory.”
As part of its winnings, the business will receive monetary funds to further promote the business and promotion through the provision of free advertisements.
This includes a GIS interview; sponsored commercials via radio and television; a business profile on the Government’s website and the online media; a profile on BVICCHA’s website; one year’s free membership with BVICCHA; and a framed certificate.
For more information about Solé Spa visit their website at www.bvispa.com or feel free to contact them via telephone at: 1 (284) 494-5999 or (284) 540-1964.
The Department of Trade and Consumer Affairs continues to support small businesses and encourages businesses in the Virgin Islands to supply quality products, provide excellent customer service, and give back to the community to have a chance at becoming the next Business of the Month. Nomination forms are available on the website www.bvi.gov.vg.
Businesses can apply, or members of the public can nominate businesses or business persons by submitting a nomination form and an essay of at least 300 words stating why the nominee should be considered for the Business of the Month award.