We’ve dedicated this month to help all sorts of businesses promote their services during Christmas. Last week we showed you how to run christmas promotion in your restaurant and this week we’re focusing on Salons. With all the Festivities, Parties and Photographs it’s only natural to want to look your best and salons are the obvious choice and while some business will be choc-o-bloc, others will be peeping out of the window, waiting for their next customer to arrive.
Add some christmas cheer:
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