The Beauty of Raleigh PR: Day 9 – Research
Editor’s Note: Clairemont enthusiastically welcomes Jasmin Sessoms to our team! Follow this former beauty queen’s journey as she documents her first 30 days in a Raleigh PR agency.
Massage therapy isn’t only for pampering anymore. Health care providers are recommending massages for patients to feel better anytime. Although general relaxation still tops the list; stress relief, sports performance and the treatment of chronic issues don’t fall too far behind.
The new trend of relieving stress in the workplace has become essential for many corporate events. While brainstorming events for a client, the idea of five-minute massages were mentioned. After a brief conversation and some contemplation, we decided that having a therapist massage would create a positive buzz for our client.
Planning and organizing events aren’t as easy as they might seem. My task today was to find corporate massage chair vendors. Not all spas offer on-site massages, and not all companies have reasonable rates.
With my favorite spas in mind, I created my list and began calling each one to find out more information. Although this may seem a little tedious, making sure our clients are happy is Clairemont’s number one priority.
My goal was to find the spa that offers the best price. Since all of the spas in the area claim to have the best massage therapists this shouldn’t take too long, right? Just like before, wrong.
I guess every massage school in the world was too busy to take my call, but I wasn’t discouraged. Instead, I took the time to leave each one a pleasant voice mail and send a follow-up email.
Hopefully sometime in the near future I can narrow down my list and recommend the best option to the rest of the team.