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Massage Envy franchise moving into North Spokane in November

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Massage Envy, a national massage-clinic franchise, will open its first location in north Spokane later this year.

The Spokane franchise partners, Carolyn Wescott and Shawn Husmann, say they’ll hire about 35 workers when the clinic opens.

Massage Envy intends to hire about 30 massage therapists who will work varying schedules, said Wescott, who will be the Spokane clinic’s general manager.

“We see Spokane as a market that has a good number of massage therapists not finding enough work,” Wescott said.

She said the goal is opening the clinic in early November, taking roughly 4,500 square feet at 920 E. Hoerner, at the corner of Hoerner and Nevada.

Husmann is the CEO of a Renton-based Massage Envy. Wescott said there are about 20 Massage Envy clinics on the state’s West Side.

Wescott said massage therapists working at Massage Envy can be paid hourly rates and commissions. Cory Barbieri, of G&B Real Estate, brokered the lease for the property owner, Spokane Pavilion LLC.

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