European Wax Center holds ribbon cutting ceremony

Mayor Michael Soriano cuts the ribbon for the official re-opening of European Was Center

PARSIPPANY — European Wax Center recently held a re-grand opening ribbon cutting celebrating the newly designed Troy Hills Shopping Center.

Co-owners Judy Cook and Diano Lupo, joined Parsippany-Troy Hills Mayor Michael Soriano, Councilman Michael dePierro, Councilwoman Loretta Gragnani, Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Board Member Frank Cahill and Board Member Nicolas Limanov in cutting the ribbon to celebrate the occasion.  Members of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce also joined in the celebration.

European Wax Center is located at 1121 Route  46, Parsippany.

Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce Board Member Frank Cahill, Councilman Michael dePierro, Co-owners Judy Cook and Diane Lupo, Mayor Michael Soriano and Councilwoman Loretta Gragnani

European Wax Center is in the business of revealing gorgeous skin. Their revolutionary hard wax and four-step process will make your skin feel smooth, luxurious, and oh so beautiful. They believe feeling gorgeous and looking your natural best isn’t just for the privileged. Waxing is for everyone who wants to flaunt the smoothest skin, whenever they want. That’s why they stand by their words when they say Waxing For All. They offer luxurious waxing at prices that won’t make you raise an eyebrow, so make a reservation at the center nearest you and treat yourself to a little European pampering!

First – Time Guest? Enjoy a Complimentary Wax!
Ladies can indulge in a brow, underarm or bikini line wax and gents can go smooth with a free ear, nose or brow wax.

For more information call (973) 352-0505.

Co-owner Judy Cook gives a tour. Karen DeChristopher, Loretta Gragnani, Diane Lupo, Michael dePierro and Judy Cook
Frank Cahill, Vice Chairman Parsippany-Troy Hills Economic Development Advisory Committee congratulates European Wax Center on their re-grand opening and thanks them for choosing Parsippany. Councilman Michael dePierro, Councilwoman Loretta Grangani and Mayor Michael Soriano looks on.