This past week, Greentoes was featured by Local First Arizona, highlighting our first anniversary celebration from yesterday and our story.
We were overwhelmingly thrilled with the turnout to our anniversary event, and even more thrilled that Local First Arizona took enough interest to write a short piece about us on our special day.
Our first year anniversary was almost surreal. It’s amazing to look back at how much time has passed and see how far Greentoes has come as a business. It’s never easy to get your first business off the ground. You’re always scrambling to learn as much as you can possibly learn. You’re listening to your guests about their wants and needs and implementing their feedback to create the perfect experience. Most importantly, you’re putting your heart and soul into everything you do.
Our first anniversary celebration showed us that everything was worthwhile. We believe that it’s important to stay focus and positive, even when the road gets a little bumpy. That’s exactly what we’ve always done, and in the process, we’ve learned that it’s the best way to approach any large task. We want our guests to find their calm, and we want to find our own calm as well. Approaching our business with grace, ease, happiness, and gratitude has kept us on the right path.
We want to thank everyone who came by to show their support for us. We would not have had such a fantastic first year if not for the community. Greentoes has a deep appreciation for the people who have kept our dream in motion since the moment it started. Our gratitude is just as strong for our regular visitors as it is for The Arizona Daily Star who came to shed light on what we’re all about. Thank you for sharing our mission with the world!
Here is a snippet from the article:
“Find your calm” is not just a catchy tagline for the eco-chic day spa, Greentoes. Walking into the beautifully renovated house-turned-beauty-studio a sense of calm comes over you. The space is clean, homey and chemical-free.
The idea for Greentoes came in a dream to co-owner Christina Rossetti Thompson that was telling her to slow down. A teacher by trade, she never imagined opening a business but the idea came and she and her husband, Victor Thompson, made it happen…
Thank you to everyone who came out to support us.