RELIEF IS ON THE WAY TO LOUISVILLE: Relax The Back is set to open a new store in The Forum Shopping Center
Louisville, KY – December 19, 2014 -- Relax The Back has signed a lease to open a new franchised location in the Forum Shopping Center anchored by Lucky’s Farmers Market. The site is adjacent to Bristol Bar & Grille Restaurant, a Louisville landmark and local favorite. Franchise owners, Mark and Jen Marshall, plan to open their store in February 2015.
Relax The Back is the largest retailer of ergonomic products to prevent and relieve back and neck pain. They provide a unique experience using a holistic approach to the six categories of spinal health: sleep, recliners, massage, fitness, travel, and office products. Consultants are trained in the common back and neck disorders that people deal with and many medical professionals see Relax The Back as a resource for continued care of their patients.
Commenting on the new store Mark noted, “Louisville is a great place for a store like ours. It has a long tradition of healthcare innovation and excellence which mirrors our company’s philosophy.” Jen added, “Not only do the people here value their work; they value their play as well. A testament to this is the highly acclaimed 21st Century City of Parks initiative which keeps residents and visitors active. Our products provide the relief and relaxation needed to support you day (and night) for all that you want to do.“
Their offerings will include more than 300 unique products including customized ergonomic office systems, Tempur-Pedic mattresses and pillows, back and neck supports, massage chairs, exercise items, and even their famous Zero Gravity recliners which place you in a neutral posture position relieving compression of the discs and allowing muscles to completely relax.
“We look forward to being a vital member of the local business community, partnering with medical professionals, and most importantly, improving the health and wellness of the clients we serve,” said Mark. “I am certain we can achieve all of this,” expressed Jen, “after all, Louisville is the Possibility City.”