Speed-waxing franchise to open late January in Costa Mesa; franchisee signs lease for second salon in Laguna Niguel. Angela Mabon, who has an agreement to open 10 salons under the LunchBOX franchise in Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties, is planning a late-January opening for a four-suite, 1,200 square-foot space.

Costa Mesa, California (PRWEB) November 03, 2015

LunchBOX (A WAXING SALON), a wax-only franchise known for its emotive brand that happily encourages all to “Bare Your Beauty,” announced today technology entrepreneur Angela Mabon signed a commercial lease agreement and started construction on her first salon in Costa Mesa, California.

Mabon, who has an agreement to open 10 salons under the LunchBOX franchise in Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties, signed a commercial lease for a four-suite, 1,200 square-foot space and is planning a late-January opening in Costa Mesa (435 E. 17th Street, Suite 2, Costa Mesa, CA 92627). Mabon also signed a lease in Laguna Niguel (23866 Aliso Creek Road, Laguna Niguel, CA 92677).

“With year-round sun and sandy beaches and residents who place high value on self-care, Orange County is a great fit for LunchBOX,” Mabon said. “People in Orange County lead busy lives, balancing work, family and play in a very fast-paced environment.  The speed of our services will fit right in with that lifestyle.”

This first southern California location marks LunchBOX’s 19th operating salon nationwide. Named four consecutive times in Entrepreneur Magazine’s top 10 categories in franchising, the upstart company has commitments for more than 100 salons in 16 states and Puerto Rico, answering growing consumer demand for expert estheticians trained for the sole purpose of speed waxing in an environment that is dedicated to each guest’s comfort.

“As body waxing makes a rapid transition from a luxury to a commodity service, LunchBOX is well positioned in the market to cater to men and women who are mindful about the places they go and the people they choose for personal services,” LunchBOX Founder + CEO Debi Lane said. “We’re as intentional about the locations we choose as we are the waxologists we hire, the products we use, the design and layout of our salons, and the franchisees we bring on board to grow our business.”

About Angela Mabon: Upon graduating from the University of Oklahoma, Angela helped build the banking software company, Advanced Financial Solutions, which was sold to Metavante Corp in 2005. Shortly thereafter she and her husband Roger founded G-Technology, a high-end specialty hard drive company. G-Tech was sold to Hitachi in 2007. Roger and Angela are now working on their latest venture, mLogic which focuses on computer hardware for Apple users. Mabon serves on several boards of private and non-profit organizations.

For more on LunchBOX services, products and locations, visit http://www.lunchboxwax.com. For franchise information, including investment details and application information, visit http://www.lunchboxfranchise.com.

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