Posted by: HydroMassage | April 14, 2009

Free Massages on Tax Day

Free Massages on Tax Day
Hundreds of business owners across the nation unite to eliminate stress by offering free HydroMassage sessions on April 15th.

Tax season is never fun, but in the midst of the current economic crisis, stress levels are likely higher than in years past. Hundreds of HydroMassage owners nationwide are joining together to offer free 10-minute massages on April 15th to help Americans relax.

Branded “The Best Daily Massage”, HydroMassage is an amenity that has become increasingly popular in spas, fitness clubs, salons, and chiropractic clinics. HydroMassage is a fully customizable, user-friendly massage system that gives users a powerful, heated massage in as little as 10 minutes. Users remain clothed and comfortably dry throughout their massage. HydroMassage is a cost-effective alternative for those who enjoy traditional, hands-on massage but don’t have the time or budget to indulge regularly.

Dave Quick, CEO of HydroMassage, commented, “With all the doom and gloom in the news these days, we asked thousands of our customers nationwide to participate in this effort to give Americans a little pick-me-up.”

HydroMassage sessions typically range between 10-15 minutes in length, and are priced so that people can literally afford to enjoy them every day. “The real question is, where else are you going to get a 10-minute massage every day for 10 to 15 bucks a month? You’re not,” noted Bob Shepherd, owner of Gold’s Gym in Alexandria, VA. “Exercise and massage – it’s the perfect way to help relieve stress, which everybody is feeling right now. And, to be able to do this for $10-$15 is worth it. There’s no question about it.”

To find a HydroMassage near you to get your free massage on Tax Day, visit www.hydromassage.com/taxday

Based on projected demand, we suggest calling HydroMassage locations in advance to schedule a free massage on April 15th.


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