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Businiess name:  Seattle Sun Tan - Covington
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
I will never set foot in another Desert Sun tanning salon so long as I live. The pretentious 20-something 'help' constantly tries to pressure you into buying their 300 percent mark-up lotions and eye wear, lousy personal service & always a crowded reception area in the evenings (did I mention no appointments?) I have moderate customer experience with tanning salons of ALL types for the last 20+ years, plus my own retail based business experience of as many years, and from what I experienced for the last month of so-called 'professionalism in the indoor tanning industry', I must say steer clear of these overpriced, could-care-less attitude idiots. They just want to grab your plastic and burn it up with charges. The owner-franchisee would be wise to spend some quality-time in his establishment to get to know the customers that spend $PLENTY$ to look better, although that will likely never happen with the nature of flashy corporate franchises. These folks who probably should not even be i

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