A new tanning station in Sun City, South Africa, is the latest venture in the country’s burgeoning tanning industry.
It’s part of a growing trend of tanning facilities that allow customers to pay for their own tanning, and they offer the benefits of being out in the elements while enjoying a good tan.
In addition to the salon, the station offers an outdoor tanning room with sauna, hot tub, massage, hot-water shower, and a sauna and sauna sauna.
The station also sells its own product, “Sun City Tanning” that is made by hand from 100% natural ingredients.
“There’s no other tanning salon like it in the world,” said one client, who asked to remain anonymous.
The facility is a collaboration between the Sun City Tannery and the Tanning Industry Association of South Africa (TIA), which is a partnership of companies that provide equipment and services to tanning stations.
The Tanning Industries Association of Namibia (TIDA), a trade association of the country, helped promote the project.
“We’re very proud of this project,” said TIDA’s CEO, Rheana Mabangu.
“It’s the first time that a private company has been involved in the Tannery Industry Association’s venture, and we’re very happy to be involved in it.”
TIA’s chief executive, Sivu Mariam, said the idea for the new business came to her after she noticed a gap in the market.
“I saw a lot of people wanting to have a tan, but they couldn’t afford it, and there was no one to provide it for them,” she said.
“If we can create a tanning platform where people can afford it and know about it, that would be a big step forward.”
Mabenga said the company’s goal is to create a business that is not only accessible to people who have never done a tan before, but also has an economic impact for local businesses and communities.
“That’s the way the industry should be.
That’s the reason why we started this business,” she added.
“This is a community-owned venture, so we have to provide good quality services.”
Tania Tenga, who runs the station, said she had never been in the industry before.
“You go into the salon and you’re like, ‘What’s this?
I’ve never done this before?'” she said, adding that she was impressed by the level of attention the business received.
“They’re very professional,” she explained.
Customers can pay to have their own private tanning session. “
The station sells products like “Suncity Tanning”, a product that is manufactured from 100 percent natural ingredients, that is used to help clients get a tan.
Customers can pay to have their own private tanning session.
“She came to the office and she had her bank card and she said ‘what do I do now?'” “
The client came in and said ‘I want to pay, but I don’t have any money,'” she recalled.
“She came to the office and she had her bank card and she said ‘what do I do now?'”
The customer, who had a tattoo of a sun, gave her a credit card.
“Then I asked her if she wanted to take it and she went out and got a sapling,” she continued.
“And it was a sapler that she could take it with her.”
After getting the sapling, the client told her that the sapler was made from 100-percent-natural materials.
“But they didn’t give her any kind of instructions on how to use it,” Tengapoa said.
As she waited for her client to return, she explained that her clients wanted a saplings that could be used as a tattoo or as a gift.
“So I had a conversation with the client,” she recalled, “and I said ‘well if you have a saeter that you can use to tattoo on someone, then we will sell it to you for a thousand rand ($0.20).'”
After a few days, Tengaboa asked her client if she had any more saplings.
“No,” she remembered her client saying.
“Because I don and they didn, they had to have more.
So they came back and they were like, okay, I’ll give you my saplings and you can have them for your tattoo.'”
“They were so proud of me,” Thengapoa added.
In April, the Tanneries Association of Australia announced that it was giving the industry $10,000 a year for 10 years to create the TIA Sun City project.
The new venture will provide a new industry to be part of, said TIA chief executive S