.... but that's okay! Since it has been quiet on the spray tan front since September, I have had time to do other things and since I work full-time as a nurse I am not dependant on this as a living. Now December has picked up a bit, with a few special occassions etc. that folks want a tan for, but I am quite certain things won't pick up much til May. Fitness competitions are in March I believe so I am thinking I could bark up that tree soon. I was originally going to secure a second gym-type location in Charlottetown this fall but considering there are a half-dozen or so places in Charlottetown to get a spray tan, I think I will concentrate on Prince County for this year instead. Having a spot in Ch'town would increase costs as I am normally not in town except on Saturdays and would need gas and a babysitter, whereas when I am doing them after work in SUmmerside, I am losing nothing. SOOO.... I will keep on the path as it is going fine. Sales for my first complete year (2012) are more than 2 and a half times what I thought so I'm happy with that. Lots of people still hitting the website so thats good. All is well in Rose Valley, Happy Christmas and New Year!
Sandra Graham is an RN who wants to do quality spray tans using excellent products anywhere in the province. She works full-time at Prince County Hospital and lives with her husband and two children in Rose Valley.
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