|Posted by [email protected] on July 15, 2012 at 6:50 PM||comments (1)|
Hello! We at CRAVE Nails & Tats would like to take the time to apologize for not being able to provide services for the public. We are in the middle of restructing our oganization.
We will be returning soon to fulfill any obligations that we may have, but we will return in a different location, and with more quality Nail Technicians. In business there will be many obstacles, and embarrasments, but we must "Get up, dust ourselves off, and keep going."
We appreciate all the positive words that we have received. And for all the negative ones, and complaints, "TRUST US, WE HEARD YOU," and we are trying to address all the issues.
Until next time, "Thank you and take care of each other. "
|Posted by [email protected] on April 18, 2012 at 12:05 AM||comments (0)|
Well, we have been open now at Gibraltar Trade Center for 2 weekends now, and we have had some memorable moments. The first moment was that which involved our FIRST COMPLAINT!
The client came in to receive a $20 Mani/Pedi deal that was purchased through a daily deal. We did the normal and greeted the client, and her friend, with a smile and a "Hello." The Nail Tech performed the services, and the clients were thanked for patronizing our business. After we captured their information, they left and we thought that we did a good job. A couple of hours later we found out differently on Facebook. Here is a copy of the post on Facebook:
"This was the strangest mani- pedi I ever had. No massage chair, No soaking, no scrubbing or filing callis.In the middle of Gibralter on a very un comfortable chair.. This should just be called a polish change because that was not a mani/Pedi.. Im NOT a fan of waterless service."
CRAVE Nails & Tats did not just become a whim that we decided to make happen. At least 1 1/2 years of research was put into the whole business idea. "We value our clients, and we are proud of what we can do because we try." There are a lot of people that let fear hold them back and they never know what can be. Just to be clear, we are addressing the issues that have been raised by the short lived client, and for future inquiries:
We hope that you will visit us and get to know us. We value what we have done, and look forward to new opportunities.
Until next time, "Be kind to each other."
|Posted by [email protected] on April 11, 2012 at 1:55 PM||comments (0)|
The economy is, what it is, we all know this. We are all looking for ways to cutback, save money, and look for deals. We have our breaking points on what we will, and will not, pay for certain services. We at CRAVE believe in being upfront about things that a client may question. So here is an answer to a commonly asked question: "How do we determine our pricing?"
Our answer is simply, "We value the persons at Crave Nails & Tats for their skills, and their time. We price according to industry standards, the ongoing training for the staff, as well as our current overhead costs. We respect the staff at CRAVE, and we pay them accordingly."
We hope that you will support us in our efforts to provide some great services, by skilled, and respected persons.
|Posted by [email protected] on January 21, 2012 at 1:35 PM||comments (0)|
Hey! Welcome to our blog! This is the first entry for the new CRAVE Nails & Tats studio. We are working really hard to create a CRAVE experience for all our guests, and staff. So far, we have received some positive feedback on creating a studio that will combine two art forms. We are so excited about prepping for our grand opening.
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Until next time, "Take care of each other."