Pair bring us sun­shine

Stockport Express - - News -

A COU­PLE of en­tre­pre­neur­ial friends have launched a new busi­ness ven­ture to­gether.

Denise Miller, aged 58, has re­tired from run­ning her pic­ture fram­ing shop, Framed Art, on Bux­ton Road in Great Moor, af­ter more than 30 years in busi­ness.

How­ever, in­stead of putting her feet up in her re­tire­ment, she has de­cided to go into busi­ness with a pal.

She teamed up with fel­low busi­ness­woman Lynn Glover, also aged 58, who has been in the tan­ning in­dus­try for more than 10 years.

Lynn, from Heaton Moor, al­ready runs Sa­lon Sun tan­ning stu­dio in Edge­ley, so she and Denise de­cided to open an­other tan­ning busi­ness, called Tan­ning Sta­tion, lo­cated where Framed Art used to be.

The mayor of Stock­port, Wal­ter Brett, of­fi­cially opened the new sa­lon and singer Jo Stone, aka Her­bie Gra­ham, per­formed at the event.

Lynn said: “We de­cided to ‘bring some sun­shine’ to Great Moor by open­ing Tan­ning Sta­tion.

“So please come and en­joy some sun­shine, re­lease your vi­ta­min D and take ad­van­tage of our buy one get one free of­fer, run­ning un­til the end of Novem­ber.”

●●Stock­port mayor Wal­ter Brett with Lynn Glover and Denise Miller at the open­ing

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