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Time to be pampered

Salon manager Rebekah McCulloch smiles at the entrance to La Nese’ Salon and Spa.

Photo by Sherri Gardner Howell

Salon manager Rebekah McCulloch smiles at the entrance to La Nese’ Salon and Spa.

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  • The team from La Nese’ Salon and Spa gather for a group shot just after the ribbon cutting celebrating their new business on Friday, April 11.
  • Salon manager Rebekah McCulloch smiles at the entrance to La Nese’ Salon and Spa.
  • Hair designers Whitney McClanahan and Corey Bach are pretty in pink for the grand opening.
  • Looking relaxed in their part of La Nese’ Salon and Spa at their grand opening are Barbara Sublett, spa manager; Carolyn Cummings, aesthetics and make-up; and Vicky O’Brien, massage therapist and reflexologist.
  • Getting ready to cut the ribbon are La Nese owners Lance and Denise Evans; Debbie Vickery, a vice president with Regions Bank; Blount County Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Fred Forster; and, helping hold the ribbon, hair designer Corey Bach.
  • Stopping by to congratulate the new business owners are Jeremy Pearson with the City of Alcoa; Denise and Lance Evans, owners; Blount County Sheriff James Berrong; Kelly Gourley-Dalton, representing Rep. Doug Overbey; and Maryville Police Chief Tony Crisp.
  • Jennie Holloway shows off her “space” where she does manicures, pedicures and other nail services.

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