Day spa’s dou­ble win Best new busi­ness Spon­sored by EB Maw­sons and Sons

The Riverine Herald - - BUSINESS AWARD 2017 -

IT WAS an emo­tional first birth­day cel­e­bra­tion for En­dota Spa Echuca on Wed­nes­day night.

The busi­ness took out the best new busi­ness award and owner Jac­inta Can­non was ‘‘lost for words’’.

‘‘We turn one at the end of the month and what a way to take out our first birth­day,’’ she said.

‘‘I could not have made it here with­out my team of eight gor­geous girls who work tire­lessly.

‘‘I am proud of achieved.

‘‘And of course I need to thank my hus­band Mick.

‘‘We upped our en­tire world to do this and after the long hours and a huge 12 months, so ex­cep­tion­ally what we have this is just the ic­ing on the cake.’’

Jac­inta said the spa aimed to trans­port clients to a eu­phoric space that ig­nited calm, in­vited re­lax­ation and re­ju­ve­nated the spirit.

The spa boasts two ded­i­cated re­lax­ation lounges and six treat­ment rooms, in­clud­ing three dou­bles and a group ther­apy room.

Jac­inta also made a point of con­grat­u­lat­ing CLRS on its award for pro­fes­sional ser­vice com­mu­nity.

‘‘It is well-de­served and some­thing our fam­ily really ap­pre­ci­ates,’’ she said. ■ Fi­nal­ists were Creat­ing Con­nec­tions Aus­tralia, Luca So­lu­tions and The Sweet Meadow.

LUKE HEMER

Mi­caela Chap­man, Jac­inta Can­non and Alyssa Stephens of En­dota Spa ac­cept the best new busi­ness award from EB Maw­son and Sons’ John An­der­son. Pho­tos:

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