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European Wax Center of Waltham Grand Opening Premier Week!

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 1030 Main St Waltham MA 02451  See map
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Fancy a FREE WAX? How about UNLIMITED FREE WAXING?


Join us for the Grand Opening Premier Week starting early
February!


European Wax Center is an up-scale waxing center that
originated in Miami FL, our wax is imported from Paris France and it is exclusive for European Wax Center! It received its name 'comfort wax' since it's a much different experience than your average wax and contains no alcohol and made from natural bees wax infused with soothing ingredients! We are opening our newest location the first week of February in WALTHAM MA in the new Marketplace 1030 Main Street.


We have limited spots pen for waxing models for our premier week! Premier week is our opening week hich means 7 days of FREE UNLIMITED waxing for you when you sign up on our ebsite! All you have to do is go to http://www.waxcenter.com/locations and ype in Waltham. The first result will have an option to "join grand pening guest list" click that and just fill out your basic info! e will contact you via e-mail to book your exclusive comfort wax’ reservation with one of our Wax Specialists!


Join our VIP guest list and get absolutely ANYTHING &
EVERYTHING WAXED FOR FREE!


So get hairy and treat yourself to the best waxing treatment ver!


EWC - Locations |
Www.waxcenter.comwww.waxcenter.com

Adam February 07, 2013 at 04:21 PM
We were told in a previous post that no business would open until the developer rememdied the issues discovered by the city counsel. This was the explanation given for the delay in Five Guys and Panera. Now we have two additional openings, neither of which are restaurants. Has the city council provided any further explanation for the delay in opening the only two things that people would actually go to in this marketplace?
Ryan Grannan-Doll (Editor) February 07, 2013 at 04:26 PM
Adam, EWC is allowed to open "by right," meaning they do not require a special permit to open. Five Guys, Chipotle and Panera Bread all require special permits.
Adam February 07, 2013 at 07:23 PM
Ryan - The councilor said it had nothing to do with the special permits in a previous comment section. He was adamant that it was strictly the builders mistakes and not food permits. I'm curious if he can square those comments with the current situation.

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