WASHINGTON, DC – With millions of people feeling the stress of the approaching end of summer break, LivingSocial today announced a first-of-its-kind coordinated offering of local massage and spa deals to tens of millions of its customers in 167 different markets across North America. In launching the first national theme day of its kind, LivingSocial worked with leading spas and massage therapists to build compelling local offers in the vast majority of its North American markets at 50% off or more.
“Labor Day marks the end of most summer breaks and the start of the stressful sprint of fall,” said Mandy Cole, Senior Vice President of Sales at LivingSocial. “To ease that transition back to school and work, LivingSocial has worked with scores of the nation’s leading spas and massage professionals to offer an opportunity to help our customers relax and enjoy the therapeutic benefits of massage. So whether you’re a harried parent, stressed student or overwhelmed employee, today is the day to find an experience that can recapture that carefree spirit of summer.”
Massage offers are one of best-performing concepts on LivingSocial. So far this year, the company has sold more than 450,000 vouchers for massages through nearly 3,000 spas and individual therapists. The company plans to offer similar national themes around other concepts in the future.
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