Andover Business - Indra Spa and Salon

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Indra Spa and Salon is co-owned by stylists Jose Batistine and April Graddeo. The salon spent 6 years at 7 Elm Street and moved to 8 Main Street (formerly the home of [[Andover Business - Athlete's Corner|Athlete's Corner]]) in 2009. Before moving to Andover, Graffeo had operated it for six years in Tewksbury. The salon moved to the new location primarily to extend the Pure Talent Academy program to a full-time operation. Through this program, newly graduated stylists who are looking to expand their talents and gain experience.
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Indra Spa and Salon is co-owned by stylists Jose Batistine and April Graddeo. The salon spent 6 years at 7 Elm Street and purchased space at 8 Main Street (formerly the home of [[Andover Business - Athlete's Corner|Athlete's Corner]]) in 2009. They opened their Main Street location in February of 2010. Before moving to Andover, Graffeo had operated it for six years in Tewksbury. The salon moved to the new location primarily to extend the Pure Talent Academy program to a full-time operation. Through this program, newly graduated stylists who are looking to expand their talents and gain experience.
In February 2009, Indra Spa and Salon held a fundraiser for the ALS association. Customers came in and donated $14 and were given a red-dyed hair extension to show their support for the cause.
In February 2009, Indra Spa and Salon held a fundraiser for the ALS association. Customers came in and donated $14 and were given a red-dyed hair extension to show their support for the cause.
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*"Downtown turnover includes new restaurant", ''The Andover Townsman'', September 17, 2009.
*"Downtown turnover includes new restaurant", ''The Andover Townsman'', September 17, 2009.
*"Indra Spa and Salon is on the move", ''The Eagle Tribune'', October 18, 2009.
*"Indra Spa and Salon is on the move", ''The Eagle Tribune'', October 18, 2009.
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*"Indra on new stage", ''The Andover Townsman'', February 11, 2010.
*[http://indrasalon.com/ Indra Salon website]
*[http://indrasalon.com/ Indra Salon website]
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Revision as of 15:23, December 21, 2010

Indra Spa and Salon is co-owned by stylists Jose Batistine and April Graddeo. The salon spent 6 years at 7 Elm Street and purchased space at 8 Main Street (formerly the home of Athlete's Corner) in 2009. They opened their Main Street location in February of 2010. Before moving to Andover, Graffeo had operated it for six years in Tewksbury. The salon moved to the new location primarily to extend the Pure Talent Academy program to a full-time operation. Through this program, newly graduated stylists who are looking to expand their talents and gain experience.

In February 2009, Indra Spa and Salon held a fundraiser for the ALS association. Customers came in and donated $14 and were given a red-dyed hair extension to show their support for the cause.


See

  • "Indra extends hand to ALS fight", The Andover Townsman, February 19, 2009.
  • "Businesses host 'Power of Unity' party", The Andover Townsman, April 30, 2009.
  • "Downtown turnover includes new restaurant", The Andover Townsman, September 17, 2009.
  • "Indra Spa and Salon is on the move", The Eagle Tribune, October 18, 2009.
  • "Indra on new stage", The Andover Townsman, February 11, 2010.
  • Indra Salon website


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--Jen 10:10, September 28, 2010 (EST)

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